South of France
Less well-known by most due to the popularity of Bordeaux vineyards nearby. For red wine, Cahors and Madiran are in the lead. It is also a great area for sweet wines, they age very well.
Jurancon is an appelation situated in the South West of France. Made from a secretive production of white wine based on blend of Gros Manseng (70%) and Petit Manseng (30%).
The wine is made by Frank...
Alain Brumont is a top, respected producer in the area.
Made with Tannat grape dominance and an addition of Cabernet Sauvignon.
Maceration for 3 to 6 weeks. Fermentation at 28°C, punching down of the pomace cap. Maturing in...
Alain Brumont believes that in order to produce great wine, one has to tempt the taster with a story - of a man, a place and a vision. The Chateau Bouscasse Beaumont is available in three varities depending on the time of harvest; the Vendemiaire is created in October. Combining two grape varieties - Petit Manseng and Petit Courbu from 50 year old vines creates a clean finish, wh…