Rosette sweet white wine appellation in the Dordogne Valley in France

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Rosette wine appellation
Wine appellation
Country: France

Rosette is a sweet wine AOC appellation in the Dordogne area of south west France. It was established in March 1946.
Sweet white wines of some elegance and with a subtle pale yellow colour are produced from Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle grapes here.
The wines can be produced in the communes of Bergerac, Creysse, Ginestet, Lembras, Maurens and Prigonrieux.
It is quite a small appellation with the vineyards covering a mere 21 hectares.
 
     
     
     


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