Cotes de Gascogne
Sharing the same area as Armagnac, Côtes de Gascogne produces principally white wine from a blend of local grape varieties Colombard and Gros Manseng. Known as France's 'Hidden Corner', the SouthWest region of France lies between the Pyrénées, Spain to the South, Bordeaux to the North and the Atlantic Ocean to the West. It is the 5th largest wine area in France yet is the least populated.