Manseng

Gros Manseng is one of the key white grape varieties from the Jurançon region in South-West France. Traditionally associated with sweet wine production such as Pacherenc du Vic-Bilh, the variety these days is also used to make dry wines, which tend to be highly aromatic with crisp, lemony flavours. Gros Manseng is produced as both a varietal wine and in blends with other local varieties such as its finer sister grape, Petit Manseng and the now-ubiquitous Sauvignon Blanc.

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  1. Churton Petit Manseng - 50cl
    Churton Petit Manseng, Marlborough 2016 - 50cl
    Petit Manseng 11.0% Vol
    New Zealand > South Island
    Hints of Lemon rind and quince on the nose with ripe apples added to the mix on the palate. Fresh...
    £29.95 per bottle
  2. Churton Petit Manseng - 50cl
    Churton Petit Manseng, Marlborough 2015 - 50cl
    Petit Manseng 11.5% Vol
    New Zealand > South Island
    Hints of Lemon rind and quince on the nose with ripe apples added to the mix on the palate. Fresh...
    £29.95 per bottle
  3. Pacherenc du Vic Bilh, Maestria - 50cl
    Pacherenc du Vic Bilh, Maestria, Plaimont 2015 - 50cl
    Gros Manseng 12.0% Vol
    South of France > Gascony & SW France
    Pacherenc is one of the little known gems of Gascony. As a lighter, fresher style of sweet wine, it...
    £9.95 per bottle

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