Irouleguy, a village, an appellation, a vineyard.

When we hear about Irouléguy, we first think of the wines of the Basque Country. It is also a typical small village of less than 400 inhabitants, on the edge of the Spanish border. Bordered by the Pyrenees mountain range, the village is situated at an altitude of between 200 and 400 m around which most of the appellation's winegrowers are based. Between Saint-Etienne-de-Baïgorry and Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port, this historic village combines with a superb region of authenticity to be discovered. The appellation bears the name of this village for a good reason; the first winegrower in the region to indicate a mention of origin on his labels was holding his parcels in Irouléguy. So, in 1945, the mention Irouléguy began to appear on the various labels to characterize the wines of the surrounding area. The appellation now lists winegrowers not only in Irouléguy, but also in 14 other communes including Saint-Etienne-de-Baïgorry, Saint-Jean-le-Vieux and Ispoure.

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