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Vine de Pays Gascogne: Domaine du Tariquet was the first property to produce crisp, refreshing and award-winning white wines in southwestern France’s Armagnac region. As the demand for the family estate’s Armagnacs dwindled in the 1970s, Yves Grassa started experimenting with wines made from Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. The results were astounding and many of his neighbors have followed him into wine production. It is easy to see why Robert Parker called Grassa, “one of the most talented winemakers” of southern France.Domaine du Tariquet has developed, over the years, a reputation for innovation for its wines and also for its Armagnacs.
Bergerac & Monbazillac: Sylvie and Marc Chevallier Ducrocq took over the property in 1999. Before that, they use to race cars and we can say that these new comers have brought the property to the top at an impressive speed. Organic farming, very low yield, the wines in both appellations Bergerac and Monbazillac are of very good standards and offers great value for money. Sauternes like, the Monbazillac ‘Les Brumes’ is made from 80 years old vine Semillon. The Bergerac Terres chaudes is a barrel aged wine made from Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc.