Tursan

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A bottle of red Tursan wine.

Tursan is a Vin délimité de qualité supérieure (VDQS) for wine in South West France since 1958 (decree of 11/07/1958, latest modified 26/02/2003).

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Its production zone covers potentially 4.000 hectares (but less than 500 hectares are covered by vineyards), it lays 35 km south-east of Mont-de-Marsan and covers 39 communes of the département Landes and 2 communes of Gers, and the area of Adour, between the Landes and Béarn.

It can be produced as white, rosé or red wine.

  • Rosé Tursan is based on Cabernet franc and Cabernet sauvignon.

Production area[edit]

In Landes:

In Gers:

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