Tariquet

DOMAINE TARIQUET
Famille Grassa

In the land of Gascony, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Pyrenees in south-west of France, there is a place like no other. A place where wine takes root: Domaine Tariquet, a family estate since 1912. Over the years, the successive generations have come to realise the potential of this exceptional winemaking estate. Initially, they produced some great Bas-Armagnacs. Next, they planted some then-unfashionable grape varieties and created some delightful white wines, always letting nature do its work.

A landscape of softly curved hills, vines as far as the eye can see, a family residence imprinted with sobriety, serenity and charm; you are at Domaine Tariquet.
A beautiful timeless place where the Grassa family shares a passion: the elaboration of their wines. To offer you the best aromatic expression and creating wines for all occasions: easy-drinking and seductive or complex and surprising. Wines to be enjoyed for your greatest pleasure.

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