Ondenc is a white French wine grape found predominately in the Gaillac region of southwest France. French wine is produced in several regions throughout France, on over 800000 Hectares (over 2 million Acres of Vineyards and in a typical Gaillac AOC is an Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC in South West France in the département of Tarn, just north of Toulouse This article is about the country For a topic outline on this subject see List of basic France topics. In the 19th century, it was a popular planting in Bordeaux but fell out of favor following the phylloxera epidemic due to poor yields and sensitive to grape disease. A Bordeaux wine is any Wine produced in the Bordeaux region of France. The Great French Wine Blight was a severe Blight of the mid-19th century that destroyed many of the Vineyards in France and laid to waste the Wine In Agriculture, crop yield (also known as "agricultural output" is not only a measure of the Yield of cereal per unit area of land under cultivation This article is a list of diseases of Grapes ( Vitis spp Bacterial diseases Fungal diseases Melanconium fuligineum Prior to falling out of favor, vine cuttings were brought from Bordeaux to Australian where the grapes became known under the synonyms of Irvine's White in Victoria and Sercial in South Australia. Plant cutting, also known as striking/cloning is a technique for vegetatively (asexually propagating plants in whicha piece of the source plant containing at least one The Australian wine industry is the fourth-largest exporter in the world exporting over 400 million litres a year to a large international export market that includes "old world" This article deals with the general meaning of the term "synonym" Victorian wine is Wine made in the Australian state of Victoria. The South Australian wine industry is responsible for more than half the production of all Australian wine. The Australian grapes weren't identified as Ondenc till 1976 when French ampelographer Paul Truel identified the vine while visiting Australia. Ampelography ( Αμπελος, "vine" + γραφος 'writing' is the field of Botany concerned with the identification and classification of grapevines  Today, the grape is nearly extinct in Australia except for a small amount of plantings in Victoria used in sparkling wine production. There are three main methods of sparkling wine production The first is simple injection of Carbon dioxide (CO2 the process used in Soft drinks, 
The grape is believed to have originated in southwestern France and at its peak production it was grown as far north as the Côtes-de-Blaye region and as far south as the foothills of the Pyrenees. The wine regions of Bordeaux are the area around the city of Bordeaux within the Gironde department of Aquitaine. Foothills are geographically defined as gradual increases in hilly areas at the base of a Mountain range. The Pyrenees (Pirineos French: Pyrénées; Catalan: Pirineus; Occitan: Pirenèus; Aragonese: Perinés In the early 19th century, Ondenc vines were taken to the Cognac region where the grape was known as Blanc Sélection Carrière. Cognac is a commune in the French département of Charente, of which it is a sub-prefecture. From Cognac, cuttings spread to California and Portugal. California wine is Wine made in the US state of California. Nearly three-quarters the size of France, California accounts for nearly 90 Portuguese wine is part of the ancient traditions introduced to the region by ancient civilizations such as the Phoenicians Carthaginians Greeks, and mostly Ondenc cuttings, known as Blanc Select, were also among the grape varieties that James Busby brought to Australia in 1832. This is a list of varieties of cultivated Grapes whether used for Wine, or eating as a Table grape, fresh or dried ( Raisin, currant, sultana James Busby ( 7 February 1801 - 15 July 1871) was involved in the drafting of the Declaration of the Independence of New Zealand At the turn of the 20th century, plantings of Ondenc declined worldwide and in France it was soon limited to the Gaillac region and the Appellation d'origine contrôlée (AOC) regions of Bergerac, Côtes de Duras and Montravel. Appellation d’origine contrôlée ( AOC) which translates as "controlled term of origin" is the French certification granted to certain French 
The Ondenc grape can a highly perfumed, full bodied wine. The use of Wine tasting descriptors allow the taster an opportunity to put into words the Aromas and Flavors that they experience and can be used in assessing It is also high in acidity which lend itself well to the production of sparkling wine. 
Synonyms of Ondenc include Béquin, Blanc Select, Chalosse, Irvine's White, Ondin, Oundenc, Ondent, Primai, Sensit Blanc and Sercial.