Cotes de Gascogne

The Côtes de Gascogne is a wine region in the south-west of France within the department of the Gers. Gascony itself does not have defined geographical borders but historically it covers a large area to the south of Bordeaux comprising the French departments of the Gers, the Landes and the Hautes Pyrénées. Côtes de Gascogne wines tend to be fruity, dry whites made from the same grapes as those used to make Armagnac brandy, the region’s answer to Cognac.

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