Styles of Madiran

Two styles of Madiran are available:





Core-range wines also called “Madiran Tradition” are the fruit of a Tannat and Cabernet blend. The wine is matured for at least one year, principally in tanks, but part of the blend can be transferred to oak barrels. These are intensefresh and fruity wines that are pleasant to drink as an aperitif with full-flavoured appetisers such as bacon-rolled prunes, melon-Bayonne ham brochettes, marinated peppers or cured meats, grilled red meat, spicy risotto and free-range poultry.




The high-end range is comprised of Tannat-dominant vintages. They undergo a minimum aging of one year in oak
barrels. These wines are powerful and elegant, marked by aromas of toast, leather, liquorice and spices. They go
wonderfully with a marbled rib of beef, duck magret with fresh figs, a leg of lamb, some Bigorre black pork or a Thai
beef curry.

There are also a few select prestigious vintages: a jubilation of Madiran that highlight the best terroirs in the appellation.





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