Château d’Aydie

AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh

This wine shows a silver-yellow tone, perfectly brilliant and clear. It offers a delightful mix of exotic fruits and hints of honey, a perfect balance between subtlety and boldness. On the palate, it starts with a lively sensation, beautifully complemented by its rich and full-bodied texture. The finish contains hints of citrus and a some sweetness, a signature trait of grapes left to dry on the vine.

  • 100% Petit Manseng
Chateau aydie moelleux pacherenc 2021

The Petit Manseng grows best in a mix of clay and gravel, facing South West. Late harvest.


Manual harvesting. Gentle pressing and mild clarification. Fermentation at low temperatures for 10 to 15 days.


Maturation in acacia barrels to add freshness to the wine. Bottling after maturation of 10 months.

Food and wine combinations

To be drunk cold at 8° to 10°C, for the aperitif, with foie gras, cheese and the traditional spit-baked cake of the Pyrenees.

15.5/20 Vins et Terroirs
Coup de coeur
Guide Hachette 2019