St.-Emilion (SANT I-mill-e-yawn)


Name sometimes used in the Cognac region for the grape ugni blanc, and also known as trebbiano Toscano. Today, St. Emilion grapes (i.e. ugni blanc) are no longer grown in the town St.-Emilion in Bordeaux where merlot and cabernet franc are the reigning varieties.

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