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Fitou (Occitan: Fiton) is a large French wine appellation in Languedoc-Roussillon, France. The dominant vine variety is Carignan which has to constitute 40% of any blend. Grenache, Lladoner Pelut (the 'hairy' Grenache), Mourvèdre and Syrah are also often blended with it. These wines are made for drinking young, and tend to be tannic with resinous flavours. Muscat de Rivesaltes AOC, a vin doux naturel, also comes from the region.
The production area covers the following communes of the Aude department:
- Canton of Durban-Corbières : Cascastel-des-Corbières and Villeneuve-les-Corbières
- Canton of Tuchan : Paziols and Tuchan
- Canton of Sigean : Caves, Fitou, La Palme, Leucate and Treilles