Abegnades is another term for Abignades, gooses tripe and blood cooked with Madiran served with fried bread with lemon. Madiran is an appellation for robust red wines from a particular area around the village of Madiran, in the South West of France. Madiran represents very well the rustic character of southern French wine, with its dry, tannic red wines

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