Valdiguié is a red grape variety that is grown primarily in the southwest France, particularly in Languedoc-Roussillon. It is also found in a few Vin de Pays departments around the Languedoc and Provence. In the United States, it is primarily grown in California where it was once known as Napa Gamay until DNA testing revealed its true identity. Valdiguié is known for its high yields and resistance to powdery mildew. As a wine, it tends to be low in alcohol with fruity flavors but little varietal distinction.