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Gros Manseng

Gros Manseng
Gros Manseng is an old pinkish-skinned white grape variety native to Jurançon appellation of South West region of France. It is a very aromatic grape with high acidity responsible for the production of one of the best sweet wines from France called Jurançon, together with its blending partner Petit Manseng grape. The Gros Manseng is known to be less elegant and rich compared with its relative the Petit Manseng and is usually used for dry whites, which are with crisp acidity and delicate floral characteristics. Outside of Jurançon is rare to be found, one of the few places are in the white wines of  Pacherenc du Vic-Bihl and Bearn appellations.

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