||Mauzac Blanc, Aiguillon, Becquin, Bekin, Bequin, Blanc Lafitte, Blanquette, Blanquette Aventice, Blanquette de Limoux, Blanquette Sucrée, Caspre, Clairac, Feuille Ronde, Gaillac, Gaillade, Gamet Blanc, Manzac, Maousac, Mausac, Maussac, Mauza, Mauza Blanca, Meauzac, Moisac, Moissac, Moysac, Mozac, Mozak Belyi, Peron, Perrond, Pied Rond, Plant de Gaillac, Primard, Queue Fort, Queue Roide, and Sudunais
||Wines made from Mauzac grapes tend to have honeyed, green apple characters, and the variety appears on its own or as part of a blend. The grape variety has a tendency to ripen late in the season, and so requires a relatively warm climate to reach optimum maturity prior to harvest. Despite this, acidity levels remain high, and so wines made from the grape are perfectly suited to sparkling wine production. Mauzac's most famous application is in the methode traditionelle Blanquette de Limoux wines, where it is required to make up at least 90 percent of the blend (the remainder may be made up of Chardonnay or Chenin Blanc).