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Domaine Bordenave, located in the heart of the Jurançon appellation, in Monein, is one of the oldest properties in the region, run from father to son and daughter since 1676, the last of which was created in 1676.Lire plus Learn more
Domaine Bordenave, located in the heart of the Jurançon appellation in Monein, is one of the oldest properties in the region, in operation from father to son and daughter since 1676, including the latest organic creation "Encore et Encore ! ", delights the taste buds and fills all tasters... Grape varieties: Gros Manseng, Petit Manseng, Camaralet, Courbu, and Lauzet allow us to produce dry and sweet wines, appreciated for their freshness and fruit-rich aromas. Harvesting: grapes harvested by hand by successive selections from early October to late November. Vinification: Skin maceration, then fermentation in vats at a controlled temperature and then maturing on fine lees a few months before bottling the following year. We invite you to share a moment around our latest vintage and last organic creation "Encore et Encore ! ", wines of emotion and passion... Each of our bottles hides an infinite universe that must be discovered with a single guide: "the shared pleasure "* ( * motto of the Bordeaux estate).
1993 1st bottling at the estate: Gold medal at the Concours général Agricole de Paris; 1994 again gold medal at the Concours général Agricole de Paris; 1995 elected best wine in France in terms of quality/price ratio by the sommeliers of the most prestigious French starred restaurants (Serge Dubs, Philippe Faure-Brac, Olivier Poussier, ... for the magazine Les Très Grandes Vignes. Since each year, Gisèle Bordenave has been making great sweet and dry Jurançon wines, recognised by oenophiles, wine clubs, sommeliers, and referenced in wine guides, wine shops and restaurants. She shares with the "Les Grappes community" these years of joy, passion, encounters around our wine, recognition by the wine actors and perpetual questioning in order to create each year a great Jurançon wine.
A cliché on winegrowers that is false: When a person immediately proposes a wine by saying: "You will see, you will love, it is a wine... feminine! "Implied a nice wine that should not attack poor little women's taste buds. So why should a wine be sweet and sanitized to please them? When it comes to taste, I don't think women are looking for bottles or colours specially designed for them. Finally, a wine that appeals to women is the wine that corresponds to their personal sensitivity. It's the same for men... isn't it?