Benjamin Dagueneau gives us the best of the Jurancon appellation. This sweet wine is made from Petit Maseng exclusively, from organic and biodynamic vineyards and it's simply astonishing. Thanks to its extremely complex character you can match this wine with dishes going from rich and savoury to various desserts.
Didier Dagueneau was (until his sad, premature death in a microlite accident in 2008) one of the most spectacularly unconventional and innovative winemakers in the world. Dagueneau pushed the boundaries so far with ...Learn more
“...the nobly-concentrated Dagueneau Jurançons – of which I tasted a 2005 and 2004 – are magnificent, with superb detail, magical levity, as well as irresistibility rather than over-the-top sweetness. “The idea is to have a balance with high acidity, not a confiture,” remarks Benjamin Dagueneau. “Chateau d’Yquem is very good, but heavy. These wines aim at something a little more Germanic in style.” I was already grinning before he said this!”