Agenais IGP


Land of gastronomy and good life, the presence of numerous bastides still testifies to 100 years of war between French and English, when the armies quenched their thirst with the wine grown on the hillsides.

Abouriou N, Alicante N, Alicante Henri Bouschet N, Arinarnoa N, Bouchalès N, Cabernet Franc N, Cabernet Sauvignon N, Cot N (Malbec), Egiodola N, Fer Servadou N (Pinenc), Gamay N, Jurançon Noir N, Merlot N, Prunelard N, Ségalin N, Sémébat N, Syrah N and Tannat N

Arriloba B, Baroque B, Chardonnay B, Chasan B, Colombard B, Gros Manseng B, Liliorila B, Listan B, Mauzac B, Muscadelle B, Ondenc B, Perdéa B, Petit Manseng B, Sauvignon B, Sémillon B, and Ugni Blanc B

Slightly fruity and pleasant red wines. The most structured, aged in oak barrels, are rich, complex, powerful and fleshy.

Food and wine pairing:

Interesting with grilled red meats, served at 16 ° C.

Simple rosé wines, marked by aromas of red fruits.

Food and wine pairing:

Great as an aperitif, served at 8 ° C.

Quite fruity white wines, with a touch of citrus. Sensation of freshness is very present.

Food and wine pairing:

As a cocktail, but also with roasted fish, served at 8 ° C.


2011: Indication Géographique Protégée (IGP*)

Location: Lot-et-Garonne department

Production area: 175 ha (433 acres) 

Harvest: 6 500 hl (650 000 litres), 70% red, 20% rosé and 10% white 

Terroir: The vineyard is located on a wide variety of terroirs with, to the west and south of the Garonne river, the sands of the Landes. North of the Garonne is an area made mostly of limestone hills. Between Lot-et-Garonne and the Pays de Serres is a very vast, jagged plateau.

Climate: Between the two influences: oceanic and Mediterranean. Winters are mild and humid, and summers are very hot. The department is subject to a mosaic of microclimates depending on topography, location, geology, surrounding vegetation and prevailing winds.

* Created by the EU in 1992, the IGP label designates products that have been produced, processed and developed in a specific geographical area, using the recognized know-how of local producers and ingredients from that region. The English equivalent is PGI (Protected Geographical Indication).