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A distillate generally made from pressed grape skins left over after wine is made - the most famous being Marc de Bourgogne, those from white wine growing areas have more finesse than types made from red wine. A similar styled spirit is called Grappa in Italy. These drinks tend to be fiery, and unusual Marc de Cidre - made from Normandy and Brittany apple pressing, is no exception!

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