Ugni blanc

Ugni blanc is known throughout the world as the grape variety used in the production of Cognac and Armagnac. Of Italian origin, Ugni Blanc covers the vineyards of Charente and Gers. Still called trebbiano toscano, it is unsurprisingly a grape variety of Italian origin. Tuscan to be precise. Since the Middle Ages, it has spread to the south of France and to the Mediterranean region (Corsica, Provence).  Ugni Blanc has many synonyms. In addition to the name trebbinao toscano, it is known as Roussane, Rossola, but also Saint-Emilion and Saint-Emilion des Charentes!

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