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This 100% Gros Manseng is unapologetically dry and beautifully aromatic. Typical to the varietal, this wine has an electric volt of acidity with notes of lemon curd and zest, apricot, and well-sculpted minerality.

Try it with chili paneer or roasted chicken.

Coming from a family of wine makers and barrel coopers, Jean-Bernard Larrieu is honored to be sharing his small production wines with the world. He has been making wine for his family winery since 1985. Organic since 2005 and Biodynamic since 2013.

Jurancon is a lesser known region sitting in the foothills of the Pyranees Mountains. The most common wines produced from the region are sweet style made from grapes that hung on the vines well into November. Less common but equally delicious, the dry wines can't help but carry the honied flavour profile common in the sweeter wines, along with an abundance of texture. Common varietals of the region are Petit Manseng, Gros Manseng, Courbus, Camarlets.

Clos Los Lapeyre 2021 Jurancon Blanc

SKU: 833227
Regular price $29.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Jurancon

VARIETAL: Gros Manseng

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This 100% Gros Manseng is unapologetically dry and beautifully aromatic. Typical to the varietal, this wine has an electric volt of acidity with notes of lemon curd and zest, apricot, and well-sculpted minerality.

Try it with chili paneer or roasted chicken.

Coming from a family of wine makers and barrel coopers, Jean-Bernard Larrieu is honored to be sharing his small production wines with the world. He has been making wine for his family winery since 1985. Organic since 2005 and Biodynamic since 2013.

Jurancon is a lesser known region sitting in the foothills of the Pyranees Mountains. The most common wines produced from the region are sweet style made from grapes that hung on the vines well into November. Less common but equally delicious, the dry wines can't help but carry the honied flavour profile common in the sweeter wines, along with an abundance of texture. Common varietals of the region are Petit Manseng, Gros Manseng, Courbus, Camarlets.