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Chablis

Chablis

Chablis is a town in Bourgogne (Burgundy).

Chablis is a light and dry French white wine.

The grape used is Chardonnay.

Lemon Lime Apple Flint

Typical Chablis flavors are Citrus, Green Fruit, and flinty Minerals.


Sancerre

Sancerre

Sancerre is a town by the French river Loire.

Sancerre is a dry wine known for high fruit and green herbal aromas.

The grape used is Sauvignon Blanc.

Grapefruit Apple Gooseberry Herbs Grass

Typical Sancerre flavors are Citrus, Green Fruit, Gooseberry, Herbs and Grass.


Chardonnay

Burgundy White

Bourgogne is a French wine region.

Bourgogne Blanc (Burgundy White) is a dry white wine.

The grape used is Chardonnay.

Chardonnay can be vinified oaked and full body, or light like a Chablis.

Citrus Apple Peach Croissant

Typical Bourgogne Blanc flavors are Citrus, Green Fruit, Peach, Bread and Butter.


Pinot Noir

Burgundy Red

Bourgogne is a French wine region.

Bourgogne Rouge (Burgundy Red) is a dry and light red wine with low tannins and good acidity.

The grape used is Pinot Noir.

Strawberry Red Cherry Raspberry Vanilla

Typical Bourgogne Rouge flavors are Red Fruit. Vanilla and Smoke (if oaked).


Bordeaux

Bordeaux

Bordeaux is a French wine region.

Bordeaux is a red wine typically full bodied with high acidity and tannins.

The primary grapes are Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

Black Currant Blackberry Plum Violets Pepper Oak

Typical Bordeaux flavors are Black Fruit (Black Currant, Blackberry, Plum), Violets, Pepper, and Cedar notes from French Oak.


Côtes du Rhône North

Côtes du Rhône North

Côtes du Rhône North is a French wine region.

Côtes du Rhône North wines are typically full bodied with medium tannins and acidity.

The primary grape used is Syrah.

Rhône is a major French river running from the Alps to the Mediterranean Sea.

The most famous appellations are Côte-Rôtie, Hermitage, Cornas, and Saint-Joseph.

Blueberry Blackberry Violets Licoriche Pepper Oak

Typical Syrah flavors are Black Fruit (Blueberry, Blackberry), Violets, Licorice, Pepper and French Oak.


Côtes du Rhône South

Côtes du Rhône South

Côtes du Rhône South is a French wine region.

Côtes du Rhône South wines are typically full bodied with medium tannins and acidity.

The primary grapes used are Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre (GSM).

Châteauneuf-du-Pape ("The Pope's new castle") is one of the most famous wines in the world.

Cherry Plum Pepper Licoriche Oak

Typical GSM flavors are Black Fruit (Black Cherry, Plum), Pepper and French Oak.


Chanti

Chianti

Chianti is a city in Toscana in Italy.

Chianti is a medium body wine with medium tannins and good acidity.

The primary grape is Sangiovese.

Strawberry Cherry Plum Spices Herbs Oak

Typical Chanti flavors are Red Fruit (Strawberry, Cherry, Plum), Spices, Herbs and Oak.


Rioja

Rioja

Rioja is a Spanish wine region.

Rioja is a medium to full body spanish red wine with medium tannins and medium acidity.

The primary grape is Tempranillo.

Cherry Raspberry Blackberry Vanilla

Typical Rioja flavors are Red and Black berries and Vanilla from American Oak.


Champagne

Champagne

Champagne is a wine region east of Paris.

Champagne is the most exclusive sparkling wine in the world, closely associated with victory, luxury and celebration.

The main grapes are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

Lemon Grapefruit Apple Pear Toast

Typical Champagne flavors are Citrus (Lemon, Grapefruit), Yellow Fruit (Apple, Pear) and Toast.


Cava

Cava

Cava is a Spanish sparkling wine produced the same way as Champagne.

The Penedès wine region in Catalonia produces 95% of all Cava.

The grapes used are: Macabeu, Parellada, and Xarel-lo.

Citus Apple Honey Almonds

Typical Cava flavors are Citrus, Yellow Fruit, Honey and Almonds.


Prosecco

Prosecco

Italian Prosecco is one of the world's most famous sparkling wines.

It is produced in the regions of Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia.

The main grape is the Italian Glera.

Apple Pear Peach Melon Honeysucle

Typical Prosecco flavors are Green Fruit (Apple, Pear), Tropical (Peach, Melon), and Honeysuckle.

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