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Gros Manseng and Petit Manseng are two mutations of the Manseng family, and are used together in the wines of Jurancon and Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, in the South West of France. The two are combined in various proportions to create both sweet and dry white wines.
Jurancon is an historic appellation for white wines from a very particular patch of south-western France. It was one of the very first French wine appellations to be declared, and derives its name from the parish of Jurancon, near the town of Pau. Jurancon wine can take three forms: Jurancon Sec (dry), Jurancon (sweet) and Jurancon Vendanges Tardives (very sweet).
Jurancon and Jurancon Sec wines may be made from Petit Manseng, Gros Manseng, Courbu, ... more
The South West (or 'Sud-Ouest') is a relatively large territorial zone of France, incorporating the administrative regions of Aquitaine, Limousin and Midi-Pyrenees. In terms of the French wine map, however, the Sud-Ouest region is a little less clear-cut, as it excludes Bordeaux – a wine region so prolific that it is effect ... more
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