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Colombard is a white grape varietal known for its crisp, refreshing character and bright acidity, used in the production of still and sparkling wines as well as brandy
Varietal origin: Colombard is a white grape varietal that is believed to have originated in the South-West of France. It is also grown in other wine regions around the world, including California, South Africa, and Australia.
Typical taste profile: Colombard wines are known for their crisp and refreshing nature. They often exhibit flavors of green apples, citrus fruits, and tropical fruits, with bright acidity and a zesty character. Colombard wines are typically dry and can be made in both still and sparkling styles.
Regional styles: Colombard is used to produce a variety of wine styles, including single-varietal wines as well as blended wines. In France, it is often used in the production of Cognac and Armagnac, where it is distilled into brandy. In California, Colombard is sometimes used in white wine blends, providing a lively acidity and bright fruit flavors.