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Sémillon is a golden-skinned grape used to make dry and sweet wines, most notably in France and Australia. The origin of the Sémillon grape is hard to determine. Sémillon wines are heavy, with low acidity and an almost oily texture and can age for a long time. In France, the Sémillon grape is grown mostly in Bordeaux where it is also usually blended with Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle. When dry, it is referred to as Bordeaux Blanc. However, when used to make the sweet white wines of Bordeaux such as those from Sauternes, Barsac, etc it is often the dominant variety. Sémillon is used to make Ice Wine and Late Harvest wines. Sémillon is widely grown in Australia, particularly in the Hunter Valley north of Sydney. Other countries producing Semillion wines include Chile, Argentina, South Africa, New Zealand and America.
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