Odé d'Aydie Blanc 2016 AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh Sec


You may have never heard of Pacherenc du Vic Bilh, this small appellation of 250 hectares (600 acres) in the Madiran area. Made of local grapes Petit Manseng and Gros Manseng, it is widely known for its sweet wines but it also produces excellent dry whites. Odé d’Aydie is one of the best Pacherenc we have come across and shows an intense, golden colour. Nose is powerful and complex, with lemon, grapefruit and honey notes. The palate is very aromatic with flavours quite similar to a sweet wine. This makes it a very original dry white, probably not the type you find every day! Absolutely amazing with sushi or a salmon filet!

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1 Bottle available

£ 18.90 tax incl.


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Producer
Vintage
Appellation
Region
Type
Grape
Château d'Aydie
2016
AOP Paherenc du Vic Bilh
South-West
Dry white wine
60% Petit Manseng
40% Gros Manseng
 
Drink
Open
Serve
Food
From now to 2020
Open and Drink
10-12°C
Aperitif, oyster, sushi, salmon filet, veal
 BodyWhite Wine Body ScaleBarrel IconTechnical stuffOdé d'Aydie Blanc Sec
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Soil
Vineyard
Farming
Vines
Harvest
Alcohol
Ageing
Gravel and clay
58 hectares
Sustainable practices
15 to 25 years old
Manual
14.5%
Partially in vats and oak barrels for 6 months
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92/100 "It's rich and full bodied, hinting at the ripeness of the sweet wines that are also made here. It has style, along with intense acidity, apricot and pear flavors and smooth fruitiness." (previous vintage)

 

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Odé d'Aydie Blanc 2016 AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh Sec

Odé d'Aydie Blanc 2016 AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh Sec

You may have never heard of Pacherenc du Vic Bilh, this small appellation of 250 hectares (600 acres) in the Madiran area. Made of local grapes Petit Manseng and Gros Manseng, it is widely known for its sweet wines but it also produces excellent dry whites. Odé d’Aydie is one of the best Pacherenc we have come across and shows an intense, golden colour. Nose is powerful and complex, with lemon, grapefruit and honey notes. The palate is very aromatic with flavours quite similar to a sweet wine. This makes it a very original dry white, probably not the type you find every day! Absolutely amazing with sushi or a salmon filet!

* Pre-Order - Delivery 18th to 21st of March *