Clos Lapeyre, owned by Jean-Bernard Larrieu and his family, is located on the steep slopes of the Pyrenees in Jurançon in Southwest France. Farming the land since World War 1, the Larrieu family grew peaches and raised cows, eventually planting vines in the 1960s. In the 1970s, the family replanted all the vines on terraces, thereby best taking advantage of the slope, aspect, and natural drainage of the land. The 2017 Jurançon Sec (dry) is 100% Gros Manseng and shows bright flavors of apricot, orange peel and white flowers. Enjoy this dry white with broiled fish or a chicken alfredo pasta.