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Is trousseau vegan?

Trousseau is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trousseau?

Trousseau is a variety of red wine grape that is commonly grown in the Jura region of France. This grape variety is known for its thin skin and high acidity, which makes it well-suited for producing light-bodied, refreshing red wines with notes of red fruit and spices. Trousseau wines are typically aged for a short period in oak barrels, which gives them a subtle, smoky flavor that complements their fruitiness. Because of their delicate nature, Trousseau grapes require careful attention during the growing and harvesting process, which makes them a prized ingredient for winemakers who specialize in this varietal.

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