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Taglio Bordelese

Italian name for the Bordeaux blend; look there.

Term for the typical mixture ratio of varieties in the French region Bordeaux, However, the term is not entirely clear, because the actual one Cuvée is different for each area and is also based on the stocking in the individual châteaux. That means that what is growing on the winery is used. The main red wine varieties are Merlot (40% of the total Bordeaux vineyard area), Cabernet Franc (20%) Cabernet Sauvignon (20%), Carmenère. Cot and Petit Verdot, which are the main types of white wine Sémillon (50% of the white), Muscadelle and Sauvignon Blanc, However, the actual mixing ratio differs per year, which is why the information is only to be understood as an average. This is also due to many factors such as soil type. earnings. ripeness. sugar content, desired taste, desired expansion regarding durability etc....

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