Marselan (mar-se-LAN)

A recent cross (1961) of cabernet sauvignon and garnacha/grenache cultivated in the Languedoc and the southern Rhône. The name refers to Marseille, the well-known city near the agronomic institute in Montpellier where the cross was developed.


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