Ancient grape variety of Gaillac. Small clusters more or less compact, medium pruinate berries of a beautiful bluish black color. Gives a colorful, robust, balanced wine, spicy aromas and ripe fruit.
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Vigorous variety that is quite fertile but matures late (end of September in the south-west).
It resists well to downy mildew and gray rot but is a little sensitive to powdery mildew.
Clusters and berries are medium to large in size.
Villard blanc makes it possible to produce a wine of ordinary quality.
Variety of medium vigor but very fertile.
It resists well to mildew and powdery mildew but is a little sensitive to gray rot.
Clusters and berries are of medium size.
Harvest between mid and end of September (in the south-west)
Villard noir makes it possible to produce colored wines of decent quality.