For as many wine growers, there are as many terroirs...
So distinct is the vineyard on the Irouléguy mountain. A multitude of small plots on very diverse terroirs (light soils on the red sandstone of Trias, the clay soils on ophite from the Keuper, limestone soils, schist soils,...).
The vineyard is implanted on the south slopes of the western Pyrenees at an altitude situated between 200m and 400m. Two thirds of the vines are planted in terraces, which requires manual labour.
The Irouléguy vineyard benefits from a microclimate marked by autumns of a rare beauty and the influence of southern winds which dominate from September to the end of October.
The red grape varieties are Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc which give richly perfumed wines.
The white grape varieties are the Gros Manseng, the Petit Manseng and the Petit Courbu which give the wines an intense and fresh expression with aromas of white flowers and exotic fruits.
The wines from the Cellar are the fruit of the work and the values from which the wine growers and the members of the cooperative personally identify themselves.
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