Minor grape of mediocre quality (reported to merely reach 14 percent sugar content in a good year) widely grown in the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France and mainly used to make a “stretch” wine for blending with better varieties in order to make some of the more notorious styles of “vin de table” wine associated with the Midi. There are two mutations also found there, Aramon Gris and Aramon Blanc, neither being significant.

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