A name that is used for many different grapes in France, most notable Ugni Blanc. Clairette Blanc, however, was a very popular grape in the 17th and 18th centuries. Known for having a high alcohol content, low acidity and a propensity for oxidation. Today it is still a vital ingredient in the Vin de Pays whites of southern France. It also grows in Australia, Russia and Italy.
|E. Guigal Côtes du Rhône Vin Blanc 2001||Côtes du Rhône||White|