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Maison des vins de Madiran

Wine, Associations of producers, Traditional cottage at Madiran
  • Rare vineyard is also linked to the will of men. On these steep slopes of the Adour, in the shadow of the mineral beauty of the Pyrenees, works and innovates for nearly ten centuries a handful of winemakers, churchmen in the Middle Ages and nobliaux gascons or farmers in the 17th century and finally , bold entrepreneurs in the 20th century. They perpetuated and constantly renewed a valuable know-how born of their ingenuity and their sweat in the face of natural conditions that are not always...
    Rare vineyard is also linked to the will of men. On these steep slopes of the Adour, in the shadow of the mineral beauty of the Pyrenees, works and innovates for nearly ten centuries a handful of winemakers, churchmen in the Middle Ages and nobliaux gascons or farmers in the 17th century and finally , bold entrepreneurs in the 20th century. They perpetuated and constantly renewed a valuable know-how born of their ingenuity and their sweat in the face of natural conditions that are not always favorable. They pursue only one goal: to develop the best wine for their customers. In a distant time when she was made of Pyrenean shepherds, it was necessary to deliver black wines, generous and powerful. Today, Madiran wines are exported all over the world and reflect better than any other wine that listens to changing tastes and the diversity of demand. Consumers have changed and so are Madiran wines. They know how to bring the elegance of fine and melting tannins as much as the pleasure of a fresh and deep fruit. Because a slow and silent revolution was made in Madiran, that of the conquest of a perfect symbiosis between a varietal and a terroir. This grape is the Tannat, which has found so little land of predilection. You will find only 3500 hectares at most in the world of this vineyard, which likes clay and pebbles and whose vigor imposes an iron discipline to give the best. In Madiran, on a small territory of 1700 hectares, the definition of the word terroir takes all its dimension: the meeting of a soil, a climate and a unique know-how ... In this union between the plant and the climate it is the hand of man that gives greatness to wine.
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