General

A Naturally Sweet, mainly white Wine produced in France. Grape: Muscat (mainly, Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains).
Bordeaux is the biggest wine producing area in the world; add in neighbouring wine districts and the Aqiuitaine region of southwest France proffers an abundance of wine.
Modernity and tradition, hi tech, lo tech, stainless steel tanks or old style wooden fermentation barrels, even perhaps ancient earthenware amphorae, contemporary Fruili winemaking embraces them all.
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