France produces red, white and ros wines as well as sparkling and dessert wines. The major wine-producing regions include Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, the Loire Valley, the Rhone Valley and Champagne). Encyclopdie Marikavel-Jean-Claude-EVEN /Encyclopaedia/Enciclopedia/Enzyklopädie/ egkuklopaideia tymologie : M.N Bouillet (1863) : " Mancunium et. Manduessedum" ALF Rivet Colin Smith (1979) : - Itinraire d'Antonin, 4687 (Iter II) : MAMUCIO ; - Itinraire d'Antonin, 4823 (Iter X) : MAMCUNIO ; variante MANCUNIO. French wines are officially divided into four categories: wines labelled. Appellation d'Origine Contrle (AOC) are of the highest quality; next in quality come those classed as Vins De Qualit Suprieure (VDQS then vins de pays, local wines from an identifiable region ; and lastly vins de table, generic table wines. For long. Mancunium was established, on the basis of the variant reading in. AI' s Iter X; Holder II. 401 still accepted it, and it is doubtless still firm in popular belief, but it was rejected (and a nearly correct etymology proposed) by Bradley in EHR, xv (1900 495-96. Watson CPNS 55 mentions the 'Two Paps of Anu in Old Irish da chich Anann (hills on the eastern border of Kerry and Zachrisson (1927) 80-81 mentions modem British names derived from Celtic mamma : Mamhead (Devon Mamble (Worcs.
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