Marsanne


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Marsanne

(mɑːˈsæn)
n
1. (Plants) a white grape grown in the N Rhône region of France and in California and Australia, used for making wine
2. (Brewing) a full-bodied white wine made from this grape
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Finally, an absolute favourite grape variety of mine is marsanne and the CO-OP IRRESISTIBLE MARSANNE DU LANGUEDOC 2018 (PS8, Co-op) is a great place to start and widely available.
PS8 Co-op Irresistible Marsanne Co-op There's a honeyish texture to this French wine, which means it goes nicely with any spicy noodle or salad dishes.
Try with the Specially Selected Hand Finished British Steak Pie (550g, PS3.19) For the Vegan Dad - Exquisite Collection Marsanne (PS5.99) For millennial Dads looking for something to match their vegan lifestyle, this Marsanne is a marvellous gifting option.
SummerWood Winery Alta Colina Vineyard Marsanne 2016
Made by Paul Mas, Taste the Diff Languedoc White is a gorgeous, rich, lemony Grenache, Marsanne and Vermentino blend.
The Search Grenache Blanc Marsanne, Roussanne 2017, Voor Paardeberg, South Africa (PS9.49, Waitrose).
Founded in 1982 by Bob Lindquist, QupA(c) is internationally recognised for cool-climate, high-scoring RhA'ne varietals on California's Central Coast; notably Syrah, Grenache, Roussanne and Marsanne. The name QupA(c) (kyoo-pay) is taken from the Chumash word for poppy, the California state flower which blankets the landscape each spring.
Les Grands Chemins Marsanne Viognier 2017, France (PS9.99, Virgin Wines) With the delicate floral aromatics of marsanne and a dose of honeysuckle, apricots and a floral lift from viognier, this is an elegant, fresh, silky white with lovely pure fruit flavours of apricots, peach and pear.
ALSO IN MY GLASS | Exquisite Collection Marsanne 2017 (PS5.99, Aldi, 13% abv) is from the stable of French winemaker Jeane-Claude Mas who has worked hard to elevate the grape marsanne, traditionally blended with roussanne in the Rhone.
| Co-op Irresistible Marsanne Du Languedoc 2016, France (PS7.99, The Co-operative, in store only) The marsanne grape thrives in sunny Languedoc, and this delectable white is from one of the region's leading producers.
One of Matthew Jukes Top 100 Australian Wines, it uses the essentially Rhone grape - marsanne - to bring us all the variety's classic, textured savoury characteristics and underpinning pear and quince fruit.
Market which concerns the south-eastern part of the department of Drme, including the following main communes: Montlimar, St Paul Trois Chateaux in the South, Dieulefit in the East and Marsanne in the North.