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Chasselas de Fontainebleau is perhaps the oldest known cultivated grape variety. It probably originated in Asia Minor. Some think that the Phoenicians were responsible for transporting it from the Mediterranean into Spain, across the Rhône Valley of southern France and into Italy. Chasselas is quite widespread in Switzerland, where it is planted in almost half of the vineyards. It is also grown in Austria, Germany, and Italy, in Australia and New Zealand.

Chasselas de Fontainebleau is perhaps the oldest known cultivated grape variety. It probably originated in Asia Minor. Some think that the Phoenicians were responsible for transporting it from the Mediterranean into Spain, across the Rhône Valley of southern France and into Italy. Chasselas is quite widespread in Switzerland, where it is planted in almost half of the vineyards. It is also grown in Austria, Germany, and Italy, in Australia and New Zealand.

Uvas Riesling en el valle del Mosela en Luxemburgo

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Grenache grapes originated in Spain but are most often associated with France’s Rhône Valley where it is used to make Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It was one of the first wine grape varieties introduced to Australia. California’s ‘Rhone Rangers’ are also producing this grape in the United States. Its aromas and flavors are spicy and suggestive of raspberries and often has floral notes. Grenache tends to lack acid, tannin and color, so it is most often used as a blending grape.

Grenache grapes originated in Spain but are most often associated with France’s Rhône Valley where it is used to make Châteauneuf-du-Pape. It was one of the first wine grape varieties introduced to Australia. California’s ‘Rhone Rangers’ are also producing this grape in the United States. Its aromas and flavors are spicy and suggestive of raspberries and often has floral notes. Grenache tends to lack acid, tannin and color, so it is most often used as a blending grape.

Carignan (Carignane) Grapes    Carignan originated in Spain probably near the town of Cariñena in Aragon. It first appeared in the Pyrenées Orientales region of France in the Twelfth Century, and later expanded into Mediterranean France.

Carignan (Carignane) Grapes Carignan originated in Spain probably near the town of Cariñena in Aragon. It first appeared in the Pyrenées Orientales region of France in the Twelfth Century, and later expanded into Mediterranean France.

Mourvedre (Mataro) Grapes  Mourvèdre originated in Spain in the Sixteenth Century. It then spread eastward into southern France. Its acreage declined sharply after the outbreak of phylloxera in France in the 1860s and has only recently increased. Mourvèdre is widely planted in Spain and to a lesser extent in Mediterranean France. It is also grown in the US, especially in California, and in Australia.

Mourvedre (Mataro) Grapes Mourvèdre originated in Spain in the Sixteenth Century. It then spread eastward into southern France. Its acreage declined sharply after the outbreak of phylloxera in France in the 1860s and has only recently increased. Mourvèdre is widely planted in Spain and to a lesser extent in Mediterranean France. It is also grown in the US, especially in California, and in Australia.

Classic Image of Furmint Grapes  Furmint - White Wine Grape Furmint, mostly Hungary but...  The name Furmint derives from”froment”, a French word for wheat, given the wheat-gold color of its wine. Furmint most likely originated in Hungary, or perhaps Italy or Serbia. It spread to southern France in the early Nineteenth Century. Furmint is grown principally in Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe.

Classic Image of Furmint Grapes Furmint - White Wine Grape Furmint, mostly Hungary but... The name Furmint derives from”froment”, a French word for wheat, given the wheat-gold color of its wine. Furmint most likely originated in Hungary, or perhaps Italy or Serbia. It spread to southern France in the early Nineteenth Century. Furmint is grown principally in Austria, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and other countries in Central and Eastern Europe.

Classic Image of Semillion Grapes   Semillon probably originated in the Bordeaux region of southwestern France, where it remains the major white grape. Semillion is often blended with other white varieties and is the major component in the world-famous sweet wines of Sauternes and Barsac and in the (usually) dry white wines of Graves. It is also grown in Chile, Argentina, Australia, and the United States, especially California.

Classic Image of Semillion Grapes Semillon probably originated in the Bordeaux region of southwestern France, where it remains the major white grape. Semillion is often blended with other white varieties and is the major component in the world-famous sweet wines of Sauternes and Barsac and in the (usually) dry white wines of Graves. It is also grown in Chile, Argentina, Australia, and the United States, especially California.

Classic Image of Riesling (Petit Riesling) Grapes Riesling originated in the Rheingau region of southwestern Germany. It has been cultivated in Germany at least since the Fifteenth Century. Riesling is the dominant grape variety in Germany. It is found throughout Central Europe, the Alsace region of northeastern France, California, Australia, and New Zealand.

Classic Image of Riesling (Petit Riesling) Grapes Riesling originated in the Rheingau region of southwestern Germany. It has been cultivated in Germany at least since the Fifteenth Century. Riesling is the dominant grape variety in Germany. It is found throughout Central Europe, the Alsace region of northeastern France, California, Australia, and New Zealand.

Malbec (Auxerrois ou Côt rouge Grapes)  Malbec probably originated in southwestern France before expanding to the Bordeaux region in the 1780s and then to Touraine in northwestern France. Although it is losing popularity in these regions, Malbec is widely grown in Argentina, where it is the most popular red grape variety, in Chile, in Australia, and in the United States.

Malbec (Auxerrois ou Côt rouge Grapes) Malbec probably originated in southwestern France before expanding to the Bordeaux region in the 1780s and then to Touraine in northwestern France. Although it is losing popularity in these regions, Malbec is widely grown in Argentina, where it is the most popular red grape variety, in Chile, in Australia, and in the United States.

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