||Antibois, Antiboul, Geysserin, Bianco di Nizza, Rossese, Tiboulin
|Areas of cultivation
||Tibouren is a black-skinned grape variety grown in Provence, southern France.
||It is also known as Antibois, and in Germany it is known as Geysserin. The grape has a long history in the region, stretching back as far as 500 BC. It was apparently brought to France from the Middle East, possibly by the Greeks.
|Characteristics of the wine obtained from this grape variety
||It is mainly used for producing full-bodied rosé wines with an earthy bouquet.