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MADIRAN
Chateau de Gayon
dou Hauret


Chateau de Gayon's dou Hauret is a full-bodied complex red wine that pairs perfectly with hearty beef stews, roasted pork, game hens and chicken. Enjoy its fine flavor and rich texture with aged cheese and a fresh baguette for a true taste of the French countryside.

COLOR: Wonderful ruby purple color
BLEND: Primary cepage is tannat, blended with cab. franc, cab. sauvignon, with a bit of fer servadou.
OAK: Tannat aged about a year.
NOSE: Blackberry bramble, core of raspberry and red currents followed by hint of spice.
PALATE: Big and full bodied with blackberry, black cherry and red currants with a nice round mouth feel. Softer than expected but has plenty of acidity and tannin to balance out the fruit. Good lingering finish.

2009
Bronze Medal winner

2012 International Wine Challenge, London
Bronze Medal winner
2012 Decanter World Wine Awards, London

2010
Bronze Medal winner

2013 International Wine Challenge, London



MADIRAN
Chateau de Gayon
dou Barrinquet

Chateau de Gayon's dou Barrinquet is a full-bodied complex red wine that pairs perfectly with grilled steaks, BBQ ribs, duck, wild fowl and other hearty dishes. A serious wine offering.

COLOR: Intense purple colors, brilliant and opaque
BLEND: Mostly tannat, blended with cab. fanc, cab. sauvigon, and fer servadou.
OAK: Tannat aged about a year in a combination of new and previously utilized barrels.
NOSE: Traditional and French. Blackberry, red currents and figs with a hint of the terroir.
PALATE: Big sweet fruit upfront with deep tannins. Black rasberry, cassis and currants fill the mouth with structure. A serious offering from the Madiran.

2009
Trophy & Gold Medal winner
2012 International Wine Challenge, London

2010
Silver Medal winner

2013 International Wine Challenge, London



Pacherenc de Vic Bilh
Chateau de Gayon
Goutte d'Soleil

Chateau de Gayon's Goutte d'Soleil is a white demi-sec wine and best served chilled as an aperitif. An excitement for the senses when enjoyed with hors d'oeuvres or roasted nuts.

COLOR: Gold, clear
GRAPE VARIETY: Gros Manseng
OAK: Aged in French white oak
NOSE: Round and influenced by wood, complete with notes of comb honey and exotic spices, lively and elegant.
PALATE: Pear, Asian Pear, Yuzu. Persistent
ADDITIONAL: RS seems lower than Goutte d'Or

2009 & 2010



Pacherenc de Vic Bilh
Chateau de Gayon
Goutte d'Or

Chateau de Gayon's Goutte d'Or is a white demi-sec wine with concentrated flavors and best served chilled as an aperitif or dessert wine. A taste from heaven when enjoyed with fois gras, aged cheeses or selected pastries.

COLOR: Gold
GRAPE VARIETY: Petit Manseng
OAK: Aged in French white oak
NOSE: Smells of rich mead with hints of comb honey and evocative spices, lively and elegant.
PALATE: Pure citrus, lemon or citroen, evolving into baked lemon or candied lemon peel
ADDITIONAL: Less stone fruit than Goutte d'Soleil

2009 & 2010



Madiran
Chateau de Gayon
2008

Chateau de Gayon's Madiran is a full-bodied complex red wine. It pairs perfectly with grilled meats, pasta dishes, and roasted vegetables. And enjoy its fine flavor and rich texture with aged cheese and a fresh baguette for a true taste of the French countryside.

COLOR: Medium deep ruby color
GRAPE VARIETY: Tannat, blended with cab. franc, cab. Sauvignon and fer servadou.
OAK: Tannat aged about a year in French white oak
NOSE: Alluring aromas as deep and vibrant as the color, well balanced light wood and floral scents. Undertones of summer berries balance the depth of this wine.
PALATE: Powerful with a very pleasant mouth, good red fruit on the finish. Enjoyable and on the lighter side of the Madirans.



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