Category:Grape varieties

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English: "Varietal" describes wines made primarily from a single named grape variety, and which typically displays the name of that variety on the wine label. The term is frequently misused in place of vine variety; the term variety refers to the vine or grape while varietal refers to the wine produced by a variety.
  • Examples of grape varieties commonly used in varietal wines are Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Merlot. Wines that display the name of two or more varieties on their label, such as a Chardonnay-Viognier, are blends and not varietal wines.


Français : Dans le langage courant, un cépage est un plant de vigne caractérisé par la forme de ses feuilles et de ses grappes. Au niveau botanique, c'est un cultivar, c'est-à-dire une variété de population composée d'individus génétiquement différents mais qui présentent des caractéristiques proches, plutôt qu'une variété de vigne au sens botanique. Le cépage ne peut être multiplié que par voie végétative (bouture, marcottage ou greffe).


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