Nestled in the heart of Jurançon, Domaine Cauhape sits on pastoral, southeast facing slopes. Protected by the Pyrenees to the east and moderated by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, the climate is ideal for growing wines of nobility. The soils are composed of a mixture of clay, sand and round stones allowing for a mineral expression of the traditional varieties of Jurançon, Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng. The latter grape is often left to raisin on the vines to produce the deliciously elegant Jurançon Moelleux. Owned by the Romanteau family, Domaine Cauhape is considered the benchmark estate of the region. Along with their stratospheric dessert wines, they make a range of delicious Jurancon Sec which conveys the crystalline energy found in the hills.