Terret Blanc is an ancient pale-skinned white wine grape variety native to the Languedoc wine region of France. It produces dry, crisp, slightly aromatic and mineral wines, most notable in Minervois and Corbieres where is often blended with classic southern French varieties such as Bourboulenc, Grenache Blanc, Maccabeu, Marssane and Roussanne. It was once vastly used for the creation of Vermouth. The grape has several mutations and the most famous is the Terret Gris. It is very rare to be seen as a single varietal wine and almost nowhere to be found outside southern France.