Château d’Aydie

AOP Pacherenc du Vic Bilh

A silvery yellow, this wine is perfectly brilliant and clear. Exotic fruits and honeyed notes on the nose, a combination of delicacy and strength. The lively attack on the palate is in complete balance with the rich, fat structure. The finish is a caress of citrus fruits and a long vanilla sweetness, typical of grapes dried on the vine. This sweet wine has enormous potential.

  • Grape varieties
    Very high proportion of Petit Manseng
Chateau aydie moelleux pacherenc 2021

The Petit Manseng grape, planted on clayish-gravelly soils facing south/southwest, is harvested in successive sortings. This wine is made with late-harvest grapes (last sorting) around 1st November.


A small amount of Gros Manseng adds a touch of complexity. Hand harvesting. Slow pressing and light clarification. Cold fermentation for 10 to 15 days


Vinification and aging, some in oak and some in thorntree barrels, for 10 months. Bottling after aging.

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