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2023, the white plots have "pulled out ail the stops".

After a tropical climate, exotic aromas...”

Pacherenc du Vic Bilh Sweet

A pleasurable wine, where sweetness and acidity are in perfect harmony

Its discreet nose gradually reveals itself with aération, with notes of exotic fruit and orange peel.

Well-balanced on the palate, with a lemony finish that prolongs the pleasure with a long-lasting aroma.

10°C-12°C / Accompanies foie gras, fruit salads, melon, croustade... Can be enjoyed as an apéritif

This is a wine to drink now to enjoy its fine sugar/acidity balance.

Harvesting ...

Parcel-by-parcel sélection: silt-clay soil of the boulbène type. We prefer the hills to the northeast, which produce well-balanced wines.

Harvest date: according to regular berry tasting. Grapes are picked at the end of October.


80% Petit Manseng

20% Gros Manseng



Slow, gentle pressing in a pneumatic press to avoid oxidation of the juice and preserve aromas.

Cold settling to preserve fruity aromas

Stabulation : cold settling on fine lees with daily stirring of the lees, which brings fatness and aromatic richness.

Alcoholic fermentation: in temperature-controlled tanks at 16-17 °C. It is stopped by the cold when the sugar-alcohol balance is reached.


6 months in temperature- controlled vats to limit the addition of sulfites.

Bottled in spring after the harvest

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