The French commune of Jurançon is located in the department of the Pyrenees-Atlantiques, in the Aquitaine region. The Jurançon wine region stretches for forty kilometers at the foot of the Pyrenees, on 1,200 ha of slopes, in a mountainous area that combines the rigor of the mountains with the softness of the ocean.
The wines produced in this commune are famous throughout the world due to the distinctive way in which they are made and for their excellent quality as well. The varieties Courbu, Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng are grown there.
The two most popular types of wines produced here are:
The Jurançon moelleux: Its sugar content and a touch of acidity give it softness, nerve and structure. It is a round and velvety wine, accessible to all palates
The Jurançon sec: Powerful and with character, the Jurançon sec has a concentrated and persistent flavor. It displays floral and fruity aromas.

Jurancon wines