An emblematic producer, Domaine du Tariquet
is located in Gascony and has been in the Grassa family since 1912. The estate was initially renowned for its Armagnac; the family decided to produce wine in 1982, and now, 30 years later, they offer a very highly respected range of dry and sweet white wines.
Though some may consider these wines “technological” because of the relatively innovative vinification methods used at Domaine du Tariquet, they have earned many prizes. These Vin de Pays des Côtes de Gascogne make an excellent apéritif and also go beautifully with food. Their stellar reputation has spread to oenophiles across the world.
With a long reputation for Bas-Armagnac, Domaine du Tariquet became Europe's biggest family wine estate in just thirty years. Known as the king of festive white wines, the property now covers 1,000 hectares (2,471 acres) in Gascony, developed from just 40 hectares (99 acres) in 1972. Each year this vast estate produces 9 million bottles of wine whose simple goal is to bring pleasure and respect the estate's motto of “making something good at the best price.”
More informations on the website Tariquet