Spain is country full of different planted grape varieties including Alcañon. This white grape variety is described to as rare.
Alcañon is found mostly in the northeast part of Spain, the Somontano area and normally used in making mildly acidic wines.
The young white wines from Alcañon are fitted for early consumption or blending with other varieties, both red and white wines.
According to DNA profiling, Alcañon is similar to Macabeo but also a variety which is commonly mistaken with.
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