Béarn is an appellation for red, white and rosé wines in South-West France. Unusual in that its geographic confines are not contiguous, Béarn AOC produces richly coloured, full-bodied reds, lively, aromatic rosés and fresh, delicate white wines. Part of the appellation overlaps the more widely known Jurançon AOC.
Madiran - a charming, picturesque village in southwest France - sits at the heart of the exciting wine appellation that shares its name. Established in 1948, Madiran AOC permits only red wines, predominantly from the Tannat variety. It’s sibling white wine appellations - which occupy the same geographic restrictions are Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh (dry) and Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh Sec (sweet).