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First Touristic site in Bearn, La Cave de Gan Jurancon is please to welcome you for free all year long for a nice moment around Jurancon and Bearn Wines. During your visit, discover the backstage of our wines vinification starting from the Harvest...more
Went here with a group of friends about 16 of us. Had a great tour in English as requested. Got to see the wine and how it’s made and had a great guide named Lillian! I highly recommend this winery because they are near Pau...More
We stumbled upon this wine cellar in Gan by taking the bus from downtown Pau (line 11 from Pole Bosquet to Mairie de Gan - 20 min). It was easy to get to and definitely worth the trip. The wines are absolutely delicious (this wine...More
What a lovely way to spend an afternoon, the tasting in the shop was superb with a good selection of wines to try and the young lady who took us on the tour was knowledgable without making us feel we would get an exam at...More
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Our guide (Lilian) was good was good with his English. A lot of interesting facts and a beautifull Cave with a tasting...More
We visited the Cave de Jurancon recently. The free tours appear to run every hour or so. Our guide, Paul, spoke very good English and translated the detail for us as the tour progressed. As is the way with modern wine facilities, the grapes are...More
My in-laws took us to this winery as they were staying in Pau. It's a short (15-20min) bus trip away - the Number 11 (1Euro) and the 'cave' is directly next to the stop. They visit frequently to stock up on wine and by the...More
This was a very interesting tour - there were only seven of us in the group and the young man who showed us around was a student from Toulouse who spoke very good english . The Jurancon wine region dates back to the romans and...More
We've been here before and delight in buying their local wine and supporting the area's economy. This area is well known for its sweet white wines but it also does very nice reds, whites, and rosés. Very pleasant staff and they gave us a half...More