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Wine South West
Pacherenc AOC White - Bottle 75 cL - 12.5°

Ref : 492038

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17, 10

i.e. 22.8 € / liter

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Our oenologists' opinion

Fruity and well-rounded

Luminous, deep yellow gold colour. Open and frank nose of yellow fruits, yellow peaches, dried apricots, notes of quince paste, white chocolate, praline. Good balance on a full-bodied wine, enveloped, with nerve and beautiful sweetness. Signed and complex character with freshness and candied fruits, a touch of spices. Beautifully long and greedy without heaviness.


  • Keeping level 2027
  • Service temperature 10°
  • Grapes Petit manseng
    Petit Courbu
    Gros Manseng

Our food and wine pairings

  • Foie gras
  • White meat
  • Soft cheese


Body ? The body is the way a wine feels inside the mouth. Several factors, such as the alcohol content and the presence of tannins, contribute to the feel of the wine.

Freshness ? The freshness of a wine is defined by its level of acidity. Unlike rounded wines, fresh wines are easy to drink, and are more lively. Acidity plays a necessary part in a wine's structure.

Aging ? All wines do not have the same aging potential. Some are supposed to be consumed at a young age while others must be kept for longer periods of time.

Domain and appellation


    Located in the heart of the South West, the Plaimont vineyards stretch from the foothills of the Pyrenees to the rolling hills of Gascony. The Pacherenc vineyard extends over the same geographical area as Madiran, 40 km from Pau, facing the Pyrenees. The grapes are harvested by successive sorting in November and December for the Cuvée de la Saint Albert, the last one being on December 31st and giving birth to the Cuvée du Pacherenc de la St Sylvestre.

  • Grapes Petit manseng, Petit Courbu, Gros Manseng
  • Grapes
    • Petit manseng : 60.0%
    • Petit Courbu : 10.0%
    • Gros Manseng : 30.0%

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