Madiran is a wine region in the south-west of France. This is the homeland of the Tannat grape, which produces full-bodied, robust wines. The Producteurs Plaimont co-operative has played an important role in reviving Gascony’s wine making traditions and resurrecting local indigenous grape varieties. Wines in the Madiran sub-region include the dry reds and whites of St-Mont and the often sweet wines of Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh and Jurançon.

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