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Semillon Wine Grapes
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Alternative Names
Hunter Valley Riesling, Blanc Doux, Columbier, Chevrier, Wuyndruif

Semillon is grown widely in France where it is commonly blended with Sauvignon Blanc — for example, in Sauternes dessert wines — and it is one of only three varieties that can be grown in Bordeaux, France. In California, Semillon grapes are often used to produce generic white wines; Semillon can also produce a good variety wine on its own, though it's not as popular as other white wine grapes. Semillon grows well in many different climates and used to be grown far more widely than it is today.

Semillion Aromas

Semillion Flavors

Semillion Character Profile

dry flat acidty oily

Food Pairing with Semillion

Cuisines to Eat with Semillion

Japanese Food

Pairing Semillion with Cheese


Types of White Wines : Semillon White Wines

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