With this exceptional offer containing 3 bottles of PDO Buzet Tradition, Red, Rosé and White, Delices and Gourmandises presents the best wines of Buzet Tradition from Lot-et-Garonne.
"Les Vignerons de Buzet", a pleasure signed Delices and Gourmandises
Located halfway between Bordeaux and Toulouse, Buzet appellation covers nearly 2000 hectares on the slopes of the Baise, not far from the Garonne. The grapes enjoy a warm ocean climate; sunny autumns favor an excellent mature wine.
The cooperative "Les Vignerons de Buzet" noticed by Delices and Gourmandises, was born in 1953 on the willingness of local winegrowers to give back its acclaim to Buzet. The resolution claimed a wine growing respectful of man and nature; and has earned the PDO label (Protected Designation of Origin) in 1973.
The grapes used for these red and rosé wines are Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The red Buzet has a dark ruby color. On the palate, it is meaty and dense. Its nose is complex, with notes of red and black fruits. The rosé wine is delicious and fruity. The white Buzet tradition associates Semillon and Sauvignon varietals and has a pale yellow color. On nose, it releases aromas of citrus and acacia. In mouth, it offers a good roundness.
You can enjoy these Buzet wines from Lot-et-Garonne any time in the year. The red one is better between 17°C and 18°C. For rosé and white, the serving temperature should be around 10°C.
These three Buzet Tradition wines can be part of all tables
The red Buzet Tradition will successfully accompany game dishes such as a deer with cherry and orange or a stuffed guinea fowl. The rosé Buzet Tradition is perfect as an appetizer and will rejoice all mache salad with gizzards or Bordelaise crayfish lovers. As for the white Buzet, it is perfect paired with lobster skewers, frogs' legs or grilled sea bass fillet.