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OWW 1

OWW 1 is a blend of three white grapes. It's from Morocco. It's exclusive to Other World Wines, and it is delicious. Take a look. Pre-orders available soon. 

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About the wine

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About the grapes

Clairette is a white grape which is very famous and very popular in the Rhône Valley in France. But unlike many French grapes (Syrah, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon....), it is rarely planted outside of France. That's a shame, because it's capable of making punchy, aromatic wine wherever it travels. Morocco is no exception.


Faranah is a white grape which is native to Morocco. You'd be forgiven for never having heard of it - it isn't planted anywhere beyond a specific region in Morocco, and there is hardly any mention of it in books or wine blogs. Its flavour profile is a bit of an anomaly. Warmer climates usually produce riper, full bodied wines, but Faranah by itself is sharp, light, acidic and refreshing. It balances out the Clairette perfectly.

Chardonnay is one of the most widely-planted grapes in the world. Its spiritual home is Chablis in France, where it is responsible for some of the most expensive wine in the world. In this wine, it brings a smoothness and ties together the conflicting flavours from the Clairette and Faranah.

About the vineyard

Thalvin, Ouled Thaleb, shoutout to Hamza

About the country

Morocco's history, links with France, why it's got a promising future etc.

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