Marsanne is a white wine grape variety that is primarily grown in the Rhône region of France. It is often blended with other grape varieties, such as Roussanne and Viognier, to produce full-bodied, aromatic white wines. Marsanne has a moderate to high acidity and a distinctive nutty and floral flavour profile, with notes of honey, apricot, and sometimes a hint of spice. It is a versatile grape variety that can be used to produce a wide range of styles, from crisp, light-bodied wines to rich, full-bodied wines with a creamy texture. Marsanne is also grown in other countries such as Australia, California, and New Zealand, where it is used to make wines that are similar in style to those produced in the Rhône region.