||The grape is grown primarily in the Languedoc region, with some planting in the northern coast of California.
||Marselan is a French black grape variety, a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache. It was first cultivated in 1961 by Paul Truel near the French town of Marseillan, hence the name.
||Marselan tends to produce large clusters of small berries that ripen medium to late. It has great resistance to Botrytis cinerea fungus and powdery mildew as well as non-flowering and mites.
||The grape typically produces a medium-bodied red wine.