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Taglio bordelese

Italian name for the Bordeaux blend; look there.

Term for the typical mixing ratio of varieties in the French region Bordeaux, The term is not very clear, because the actual Cuvée is different for each area and is also based on the tillering in the individual châteaux. That is, it is used that which grows on the winery. The most important red wines are Merlot (40% of Bordeaux total area under vines), Cabernet Franc (20%) Cabernet Sauvignon (20%), Carmenère. Cot and Petit Verdot, which are the most important white grape varieties Sémillon (50% of white), Muscadelle and Sauvignon Blanc, However, the actual mix ratio differs by vintage, so the information is to be understood only as an average. This is also of many factors like soil type. earnings. ripeness. sugar content, desired taste, desired expansion regarding durability etc. dependent. Grape...

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