Maranges is a wine appellation in the Burgundy region of France, known for its red and some white wines. The appellation includes several villages and vineyards within the Maranges area. The red wines are mainly made from the Pinot Noir grape variety, while the white wines are produced from Chardonnay.
The red wines of Maranges often show a robust character and lively fruity notes. They can show aromas of red fruits, such as currants and cherries, and sometimes subtle spicy and earthy nuances. The white wines, made from Chardonnay, present fresh citrus and fruity aromas with a certain liveliness.
Maranges has a winemaking tradition that goes back many generations and contributes to the diversity of the Burgundy wine region. The appellation is relatively less well known than some other Burgundian appellations, but still offers quality wines that are worth exploring.
Maranges winemakers are committed to capturing the characteristics of their terroir in their wines. They combine traditional methods with modern insights to create wines that reflect the history of the appellation and the expressive nature of the grape varieties. Maranges remains an interesting choice for lovers of Burgundy wines looking for both well-known and lesser-known appellations.