It’s true that these grapes don’t have a lot to do with each other, other than origins in France.
However, it could be said that they are both varieties that have fallen out of favor but are finding a resurgence of interest in recent years–albeit in regions that aren’t their original homes.
Learn more about these two grape varieties and where in the world you can find wines made with them in my latest grape profile pieces on Winetraveler. com.
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