Since 1927, three generations of winegrowers have succeeded each other at the Château Aydie. The Laplace family has a place in the appellation’s history, holding the title “Owner - Harvester” in: AOP Madiran and AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh

At the heart of the French Southwest, the AOP Madiran lies within three administrative départements: Hautes Pyrénées (65), Gers (32) and Pyrénées Atlantiques (64), combining with that of Pacherenc du Vic Bilh.

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  1. Odé d'Aydie, Madiran

    This wine is a deep, intense red. Elegant on the nose, with aromas of black fruits (blueberry and blackberry) dominating the hint of spice. A remarkable fullness on the palate, with layered tannins and roundness. The long finish has a delicate vanilla edge. A delightful wine, both powerful and elegant. It can easily be kept for 8 to 10 years.

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  2. Odé d'Aydie, Pacherenc du Vic Bihl

    This intense, yellow wine is powerful and complex on the nose, with notes of lemon and grapefruit balancing harmoniously with slightly honeyed touches of vanilla. Very soft initially leading into very refreshing liveliness.

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  3. Odé d'Aydie, Pacherenc du Vic Bihl Moelleux (50cl)

    A silvery yellow, this wine is clear and bright. Exotic fruits and honeyed notes on the nose, a combination of delicacy and strength.

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