French Mauzac is a white wine grape variety primarily grown in the Limoux and Gaillac regions of Southern France. In Limoux, it’s used in the production of the region’s sparkling wines, including the traditional method Blanquette de Limoux. In Gaillac, Mauzac can be used to produce both still and sparkling wines, which can range from dry to sweet in style. Mauzac wines are typically medium-bodied and aromatic, often showing flavours of green apple, pear, and apricot, sometimes with a characteristic note of anise or fennel. If you enjoy white wines that are versatile, fruity, and have a touch of distinctiveness, wines featuring French Mauzac could be a great choice for you.