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2023, the white plots have "corne out on top". 

A round vintage with ripe fruit” 

Pacherenc du Vic Bilh Dry

 A lively wine where flavour takes

centre stage

Scents  of  Harlequin  candy,  pear  and  banana  float  on  the nose.

Juicy  and  fresh  on  the  palate,  floral  nuances  and  citrus accents écho each other.

10°C-12°C / Accompanies  seafood,  fish  (salmon,  scallops, pike-perch...),  white  méats,  veal  blanquette,  goat's  cheese... It can also be enjoyed as an apéritif.

Drink it now to enjoy its freshness.

Harvesting ...

Parcel-by-parcel sélection: clay-loam soil of the boubène type. Preference is given to the cooler, north-east-facing hills, which limit water stress and preserve aromatic potential.

Harvest date: according to regular berry tasting. Grapes harvested just ripe to preserve fruitiness and freshness.



50% Petit Manseng

50% 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, bringing fatness and aromatic richness.


Alcoholic fermentation: in oak barrels


In 300 liters oak barrels 

on fine lees for 6 months


Bâtonnage (stirring of the lees) twice a week to keep the lees in suspension and give the wine more body.


First bottling in early spring after the harvest

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