Listing Grape Varieties beginning with M:

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VarietyColourDescription
MacabeoWhite Long established in Roussillon, Macabeu, or Maccabéo, is a varietal of Catalan origin (some sa...
MacabeuWhiteLong established in Roussillon, Macabeu, or Maccabéo, is a varietal of Catalan origin (some say...
MalbecRedOne of the traditional “Bordeaux varietals”, Malbec has characteristics that fall somewh...
MalvasiaWhiteOld Simon the Cellarer kept a rare store of Malmsey and Malvoisie Simon the Cellarer - W.H. Bellamy...
Malvasia di BosaWhiteMalvasia was brought in Sardinia thanks to the Benedictine monks from Monembasia, a Greek town in Mo...
MammoloRedAlso known as the Mammolino, this grape originates from the Tuscany region of central Italy. One of...
MansoisRedMansois, otherwise known as Fer Servadou or Braucol or Pinenc is native to Gaillac and other parts o...
MarsanneWhiteThe rhyme of the ancient Marsanner, wrote Randall Graham, a man who doth occasionally write reams wi...
MauzacWhiteMauzac Blanc, is a declining but still thankfully important white grape in South West France, especi...
Mauzac NoirRedMauzac Noir is as rare as telephone conversation between a Dodo and a Great Auk. The Plageoles versi...
MayoletRedThe first notes related to this vine date back to the 18th century. In addition as being part of sub...
MazueloRedSee also Carignan. Wine made from the Mazuelo grape is high in colour and acidity, rich in tannins...
MelonWhiteOne of the unusual features of Muscadet, according to the Hachette Guide, is that it is not named af...
Melon de BourgogneWhiteOne of the unusual features of Muscadet, according to the Hachette Guide, is that it is not named af...
MenciaRedA Galician native variety it especially flourishes in Bierzo, a mountainous region, where differenti...
Menu PineauWhiteThe producers of Menu Pineau, a typical white variety of this region, can be counted on the fingers...
MerlotRedKramer is on a double date with a friend and is in his usual state of barely suppressed paranoia. Al...
MolinaraRedHas several synonym names including Rossanella, Uva Salata and Vespone. Acidic red wine variety most...
MonastrellRedMonastrell, Mourvèdre, Mataró is variety of wine grape used to make both strong, dark red...
MondeuseRedMondeuse wine was originally enjoyed by the monks in the Cluny abbey, who settled on the banks of th...
MonicaRedThe Monica grape could have been imported to Sardinia from Spain under the name Morillo. Mora would...
Monica di SardegnaRedThe Spanish originally introduced Monica in the 1600s under the name "Morillo", later known as "Mora...
MontepulcianoRedThe Montepulciano grape is quite prolific and grows effortlessly in Abruzzo (where it is the dominan...
MoristelRedRed-wine producing grape grown in the Somontano region adjoining the central Pyrenees area of Spain....
MoscatoWhiteSee Muscat a Petits Grains...
MourvedreRedMourvèdre is grown around the world. In Portugal and the New World it is known as Mataró,...
Muller-ThurgauWhiteDr. Hermann Müller, who created the Müller-Thurgau variety in the late 1800s, indicated th...
MuristelluRedMuristellu is also called Bovale Sardo. The same term has been applied to the wine as well since the...
MuscadelleWhiteMuscadelle is a white wine grape. It has a simple aroma of grape juice and raisins like grapes of th...
MuscatWhiteGeneral term for Muscat a Petits Grains, but also denoting other grapes in the Muscat family....
Muscat a Petit GrainsWhiteMuscat Blanc à Petits Grains is a white wine grape that is a member of the Muscat family of Vit...
Muscat CanelliWhiteThe little town of Canelli is situated at the entrance of Langhe hills, along the left bank of the B...
Muscat of AlexandriaWhiteMuscat of Alexandria is a white wine grape that is a member of the Muscat family of Vitis vinifera....

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