JURANÇON PAS DE DEUX
The winegrower: Jean Louis Lacoste
Annual Production: 18 000
Alc.: 13% vol
Available in: 75cl
Grape Variety(ies): 40% Petit Manseng; 60% Gros Manseng
Type of soil: Silicious clay, limestone bank
Yield: 25-35 hl/ha
Age of the vine: 20 years
Harvest: Hand Picking
Gros Manseng is fermented in temperature controlled tanks while the Petit manseng is fermented in oak barrels.
Maturing: The Gros Manseng is matured in a tank while the Petit Manseng is matured on fine lees in oak barrels.
Aging potential: Can be laid down for 10 years keeping its fruity aromas.
Aromas of honey, candied fruits, citrus with balsamic notes. Excellent balance between the roundness of the sugar and the acidity.
Good match with foie gras, smoked fish, fish in cream sauce, blue cheese, pyrenean ewes milk cheese, spicy cuisine (indian, chinese) and bitter chocolate cake. To serve at 10‐14° C.
• 90/100 Wine Enthusiast Magazine
• Classé Réussite Exceptionnelle par la RVF
• 86/100 Gilbert & Gaillard 2014
• Gerber Dussert 2014uve 2014 : 14/20
• Guide Hachette des vins 2014
• In Vino Veritas (Belgique)
“Due to the mixing of the two specific grape varieties of the appelation, it is a typical Jurançon full of freshness, soft and full of fruit”