Petit Manseng Wine

Traditionally grown in the Madiran district of Gascony in South West France, Petit Manseng is a white grape which is a key ingredient in white Pacherenc du Vic Bilh wine, which can be either dry or sweet. The sweet version is made from over ripe grapes that have been left on the vine to develop botrytis or ‘noble rot’, concentrating the sugars and flavours. Petit Manseng, along with its larger berried cousin Gros Manseng is also used in Jurançon wine, made from grapes that are left to dry on the vine. Wines made from Petit Manseng tend to have a tangy, green taste and even in their sweetest form, any sweetness is perfectly balanced with acidity making them great with either sweet or savoury foods.

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