In the high vines of the Madiran appellation, PETIT TOM lets the Tannat grape flourish. Vinified with the highest respect for the fruit, without added sulphites, this grape variety expresses all its freshness and richness.

In total respect of nature


The Madiran Appellation is located at the foot of the Pyrenean mountains in the area called Vic-Bilh meaning the Old Country. Forty kilometres from Pau, the medieval village of Madiran gives its name to the appellation. Tannat, an indigenous grape variety, is responsible for Madiran’s wines tipicity.


Maceration with traditional pumping over during the first third of the fermentation process in order to extract only ripe tannins, controlled through daily tastings from the tank. Maceration lasts 30 days before running off the juice and separating it from the press wine.



An impressive dark colour, this wine offers an intense fruity nose followed by great balance on the palate with a fruity and rich profile. Persistant fresh finish. A modern, well-balanced Madiran.


This wine is to be enjoyed in its youth with red meats, grilled vegetables and cheeses.

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