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Marsanne Wine | White Wine
Marsanne is a white wine grape that is most commonly found in the Northern Rhône region of France. It is often blended with Roussanne, another white wine grape from the same region. Marsanne produces wines that are full-bodied and have high levels of acidity.
Buy Marsanne Wine in Singapore
Looking for a Marsanne white wine in Singapore? You can find it at Benchmark Wines. This wine is perfect for those who enjoy a fruity and floral white wine. The Marsanne grape is known for its entire body and high acidity, making it excellent for pairing with food.
Marsanne vs Chardonnay
Marsanne is a white wine grape that originated in the Northern Rhone region of France. It is known for its whole body and floral aromatics. Marsanne is often blended with other grape varieties, such as Roussanne and Viognier.
On the other hand, Chardonnay is a white wine grape that originated in Burgundy, France. Its versatility and ability to take on different flavours depending on the terroir and winemaking style. Chardonnay is the most planted white wine grape in the world.
Marsanne tasting notes
Marsanne typically has honeysuckle, apricot, and almond notes, with a creamy texture and a long finish. When Marsanne is blended with Roussanne, it can add structure and body to the wine. Marsanne can also be made into a single varietal wine, typically having higher acidity and more minerality than Marsanne wines blended with other grapes.
FAQs (Frequently asked questions)
1. Is Marsanne a red or white wine?
Marsanne is a white wine grape variety that is most commonly found in the Northern Rhône region of France. The wines can also have a slight herbal quality. Marsanne is often blended with other grape varieties, such as Roussanne and Viognier.
2. What is the difference between Marsanne and Roussanne?
Marsanne and Roussanne are white wine grapes. However, Marsanne is more full-bodied while Roussanne is more delicate. Marsanne also has higher acidity levels, making it a good choice for food pairing. Marsanne is typically described as nutty or honeyed when it comes to taste, while Roussanne is often likened to floral or citrus notes.
3. Is Marsanne sweet or dry?
Marsanne wine is typically dry, with high acidity and moderate alcohol content. Marsanne is often used in blends with other grape varieties, such as Roussanne and Viognier.
4. What does Marsanne taste like?
Marsanne is a white wine known for its fruity and floral flavours. Marsanne is driven by ripe pear, white peach, and honeysuckle aromas, with a touch of minerality. Marsanne is a versatile food wine that can be enjoyed with various dishes. Marsanne pairs well with poultry, seafood, and pasta dishes.
5. How long does a Marsanne wine last?
Marsanne white wine is a variety that is known for its longevity. When Marsanne is properly cellared, it can last for decades. However, Marsanne will deteriorate and lose its flavour and character over time. For this reason, it is recommended to drink Marsanne within 9-10 years of the vintage date.