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Clos Lapeyre - Jurancon Sec Vitatge Vielh 2017 Clos Lapeyre - Jurancon Sec Vitatge Vielh 2017

Clos Lapeyre - Jurancon Sec Vitatge Vielh 2017

Vitatge Vielh: Crafted for wine adventurers.

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Varietal:White Blend

Varietal Blend:60% Gros Manseng, 30% Petit Manseng, 10% Courbu

Unit Size:750ml

Alcohol Volume:13%

Region:South West France


Tasting Notes

Clos Lapeyre is renowned for its commitment to crafting wines that embody natural essence, genuine expression, and utmost respect for the plants and their surroundings. Among them, Vitatge Vielh stands out with its rich bouquet, abundant palate, and expressive, peppery character. It features a refined structure with toasty undertones, making it a truly delightful and well-balanced wine. Thanks to its robust structure, Vitatge Vielh is an ideal choice for aging and gastronomic pairings. It complements with finesse.

Technical Info

Brand:Clos Lapeyre


Organic Certification:BUREAU VERITAS - CER-OPT3829-C211193

Country of Origin:France

Serving Temperature:10-12°C

Sugar Residual:2.7 g/l

Drink By:2026

Wine Ageing:12 months on lees with regular stirring in oak casks and 6 months in vats after being bottled 2 years

Winemaking Style:Progressive

Winemaking:Following a slow pressing, the juices are decanted and then fermented in Stockinger oak casks (600 liters).

Viticulture:The vineyards are situated on hillside terrain at an elevation of approximately 300 to 400 meters, from 3-plots of old vines aged between 60 and 100 years. The terroir features silty-clay soils atop the characteristic "poudingue de Jurançon," known for its abundance of pebbles and siliceous gravels.

Food Pairing:Veal scaloppini in a white sauce, Roasted spatchcock, Saffron risotto, Seafood curry, Seafood paella, Thai green curry with fish, Bouillabaisse.

Reviews and Accolades



Decanter Magazine

This full-bodied, rich and oily number is perfect for the wine adventurer looking for something to match a full-flavoured fish or poultry dish. Clos Lapeyre is situated on steep slopes facing the Pyrenees, between Pau and Biarritz in southwest France. It's a gastronomic wine, made from the estate's oldest vines, which date back to the 1940s – a blend of Courbu with Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng. It reminds me of an orange wine – not only the warm golden hue in the glass, but the phenolic mouthfeel and persistence on the finish. Intense grapefruit and marmalade zestiness combine with a spiciness from 11 months in barrel, and it's all in perfect harmony.

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