Nouvelle-Aquitaine Wines

 

The Nouvelle-Aquitaine Wines pavilion hosts more than twenty appellations from the region: Buzet, Brulhois, Côtes de Duras, Irouléguy, Corrèze, Jurançon, Tursan, Côtes du Marmandais, Charentais, Madiran and Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, PGI Landes, PGI Agenais and Thézac-Perricard, PGI Atlantique, Bergerac wines (Monbazillac, Montravel, Pécharmant, Rosette, Saussignac, Côtes de Bergerac, Bergerac).

The pavilion enables visitors to discover all the full range of wines, from the Basque Country up to the start of the Loire valley. Each terroir is a reflection of its landscape, its winegrowers, its soil and the character of the wine that it produces. There are also the native grape varieties of the South-West, that are not to be found

in other regions, such as Tannat, Abouriou, Gros Manseng, Petit Manseng, Malbec, Fer Servadou, Muscadelle, Côt, Petit Courbu, and Courbu Blanc.