Les Tuguets Madiran 75Cl

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£ 7.00
  • The Madiran appellation is situated on the clay-gravel soil foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains. The "Reserve des Tuguets" comes from a selection of the region's typical grape varieties : Tannat, which contributes fruit and richness, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc which add aromatic complexity.
  • Tasting Notes : A rich and full-bodied wine that displays notes of fresh black cherries, liquorice and spice. Hearty and firmly-structured, this wine is best enjoyed with foods such as hard cheeses or grilled red meat dishes.
  • Wine of France
  • Pack size: 75CL


Allergy Information

  • Contains Sulphites

Tasting Notes

  • A rich and full-bodied wine that displays notes of fresh black cherries, liquorice and spice

Region of Origin


Wine Colour



13% vol


Plaimont Producteurs

Type of Closure

Natural Cork

Alcohol Type


Grape Variety

Tannat, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc

Vinification Details

  • Each grape variety is harvested at optimal maturity and vinified separately. Following a 24-hour period of pre-fermentation skin contact, extraction takes place with pump-overs and punching down of the cap. Alcoholic fermentation temperatures are closely controlled at 26°C. The total period of skin contact never exceeds 20 days. Malolactic fermentation is allowed to take place naturally. The wines are then blended in proportions favouring the expression of fruit.


  • It is an ancient vineyard which was known for its wine as early as the 11th century during the era when the Abbey of Madiran was founded by Benedictine monks in 1030 and transformed thirty years later into a Priory. The golden age of Madiran was probably between the 16th and 18th centuries when François 1st referred to it “as a Seigneur's wine which ages extremely well” and Henry 4th served it to his most prestigious guests, be they French or foreign, in his chateau at Pau.

Regional Information

  • The Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée of Madiran is situated in the foothills of the Pyrenean mountain range in Vic-Bilh (which means ‘the Old Country'), 40 km from Pau, in the medieval village of Madiran - from which the appellation takes its name. Relatively mild winters, hot, stormy summers and dry, sunny autumns are important factors in ensuring a good maturation.

Storage Type


Storage Instructions

  • This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 5 years


Can be enjoyed right away but will keep for 3 to 5 years.

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  • Plaimont,
  • À 32400 Saint-Mont,
  • France.

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  • Plaimont,
  • À 32400 Saint-Mont,
  • France.

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51 Reviews

Average of 4.3 stars

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don't recommend

1 stars

awful, was very vinegary :-(


3 stars

I have requested a few times for the year to be either printed on the bottle or stated in the advertisement. It states that it may be kept for up to (5) five years.

Highly recommended

5 stars

Let this little beauty breath a couple of hours and you will not be disappointed

Really delicious - bottled in 2016, drank in 2020!

5 stars

Got a bottle yesterday, says it is a 2016. Really delicious. May be my new favourite wine :-). Will certainly be trying this again. Delicious.

Lovely red, great price to 👍

5 stars

Lovely red, great price to 👍

Love it, perfect all round!

5 stars

1000% Recommend, time and time again we buy this bottle of wine. Love it!!

a ridiculously good wine, for a ridiculously low p

4 stars

a ridiculously good wine, for a ridiculously low price

A Wonderful Wine

5 stars

A brilliant Bordeaux (region) wine from the Gers department - this is the Department which produces the famous Armagnac - close to the Pyrenees in the wonderful South West France. Made with the Tanat grape it is full bodied smooth and goes very well with Duck, Goose and any of the other specialities of this Region including foie gras and Roquefort.

Decant it and warm it up, excellent value

4 stars

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Was not available last time I ordered it.

5 stars

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