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It originates from the Charentes region, specifically from the Borderies, a cru of cognac north of Cognac. From the beginning, it has been one of the grape varieties used for the production of wines intended to be distilled to make cognac. Giving wines that are less harsh and more alcoholic than Folle Blanche, its cultivation was favored by the Dutch market for the export of dry white wines. Along with Folle Blanche, it has long been introduced into the vineyards of Bordeaux and Armagnac.

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