Grape used to produce high quality white wine.
One of the three grape varieties from which brandies may be produced.
White wine grape producing good quality table wine - produces high yields.
Better known as French Colombard in North America. Acidic grape crushed by some northern Californian producers and made into a fruity white wine of simple character in both dry and sweet versions. Mainly grown in California to provide acidic backbone for white "jug" wine blends. Still grown in France where it is used for white wine blends known as "Bordeaux Blanc" and is also used for distilling into brandy. Also widely grown in South Africa.
High-acid white wine grape that once was a popular white wine. Now mainly used as a blending grape.
A passably decent grape with high yields. It is the most widely planted grape in California. The wine is usually produced for the bulk market.
A productive French grape that produces a dry and full-bodied good quality white wine. Also grown in California.
Colombard is a variety of wine grape, better known as French Colombard in North America.