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Vitatge Vielh de Lapeyre 2010

This pale gold wine has light aromas of Muscat grapes, dried fruits and brioche. The palate is supported by fresh acidity with sweet notes of oak. It goes perfectly with fish dishes, grilled poultry or roast veal served in a white sauce with mushrooms and with ripe cheeses.

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  • FOOD PAIRING: POULTRY / PORK / VEAL
  • FOOD PAIRING: FISH
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₱ 1,715.00 ₱ 1,715.00 1715.0 PHP

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Product-Type: Wine
Vintage: 2010
Country: France
Region: Southwest France
Estate: Clos Lapeyre
Appellation: AOC Jurancon Sec
Type: white
Fermentation: Natural
Style: Sweet & Luscious
Blend/Grape Variety: courbu gros manseng petit manseng
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol: 13.50%
Wine-Making Process: Organic
Price Point: 1,501 to 2,000
FOOD PAIRING: POULTRY / PORK / VEAL: Grilled
FOOD PAIRING: FISH: Baked
FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES: Semi Hard Ripened cheese


This family farm was traditional dedicated to mixed farming with livestock, small fruits and grapes which were taken to the local cooperative. From 1985 onwards, the estate was turned over exclusively to viticulture when Jean-Bernard Larrieu gave birth to Clos Lapeyre, farming his vines, fermenting his grapes, aging his wines, bottling and then selling them. In 2000, the vineyard covered about 10 hectares and then in 2004 it grew when the magnificent, old vineyards of Domaine de Nays-Labassère were taken over, with an extra 7 hectares in the heart of Chapelle-de-Rousse.

Certified organic viticulture licensed by Qualité France, soils are plowed in Spring between the rows and the vines to aerate the soils and promote deep rooting. A simple and traditional cellar with small means of intervention as the wine is really made in the vineyards. Used are stainless steel tanks for the fruit-driven range of wines and barrel cellar with foudres for the other cuvées.