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Originally known as Côtes de Buzet, it was a Vin Délimité de Qualité Supérieure from 1953, and was promoted to AOC status in 1973. In 1986, the name was changed from Côtes de Buzet to Buzet.
The wine region stretches across 27 communes: Buzet-sur-Baïse.
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The following grape varieties are used:
- for white wines: Muscadelle, Sauvignon and Sémillon
- for red wines: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Côt and Merlot.
Notes and references
- Periodical: Les amis des côtes-de-buzet, Tome I, no.1-9, Autumn 1963 to Autumn 1967, Buzet-sur-Baïse. Periodical: Les amis des côtes-de-buzet, Tome II, no.10-18, Spring 1968 to Autumn 1972, Buzet-sur-Baïse. Periodical: Les amis des côtes-de-buzet, Special Edition, no.19-20, Spring 1973 to Autumn 1973, Buzet-sur-Baïse.