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  • Varietals

  • Semillon

    Semillon used to be more widespread in the wine regions of the world. Unfortunately, many of these plantings were in poor locations and produced yields that were far too high. This is a shame, because when well made, Semillon is a voluptuous, weighty, and interesting varietal.

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    Trebbiano

    Known as Ugni Blanc in France, Trebbiano is a white varietal that is also widely planted in Italy. Trebbiano is thought to have been brought to France by the Papacy during the Avignon Captivity during the 14th century.

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    Viognier

    Only a decade ago, Viognier was sparsely planted in the world. But with the renewed interest in Rhone varietals, its popularity has exploded in the last few years. The Viognier grape is currently making a comeback after these difficult years.

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    Cinsault

    Cinsault is a red grape that is usually used in blends. The grape is a native of the Rhone Valley and is now widely grown throughout France. Cinsault is also extensively planted in the former French colonies of Northern Africa.

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    Roussanne

    Roussanne is an extremely difficult varietal to successfully produce consistently. It is susceptible to mold and drought and often does not ripen evenly.

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