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MADIRAN Rouge (Red)

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Ownership & history:

Domaine Sergent belongs to the Dousseau family. For the last ten years, it has been run by sisters Brigitte and Corinne. In addition to making wine, they also produce a variety of local duck-based specialties: foie gras, magret etc.

Vineyard & location:

The estate is in the village of Maumusson in the South-West part of France facing the Pyrennées Mountains; where the sisters make wine under two appellations: Madiran for the reds, Pacherenc de Vic-Bilh for the whites (sweet and dry). The vines stretch across 19.5 ha of south-facing slopes and are on average 35 years old.

Harvest, vinification & ageing:

For their AOC Madiran, the Dousseau sisters do two bottlings - one without oak, and this one, which has been aged in oak for two years.


"Two years in oak and showing spices and sandalwood on the nose. Lovely purity on the palate - ripe blackcurrant, fresh acidity and fine tannins. Drink 2016-2025" - Decanter.

Vintage :



100% Tannat

Cellaring potential:

10+ years

Awards & press:

91 points, Decanter