A cuvee is a wine made from one specific variety of grapes.
Answer: False.False. “Cuvée" is simply the French word for blend. For example, the cuvée of a red wine may be made up of cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc. A cuvée may also (in the case of Champagne and sparkling wines) be a blend of many still wines that will ultimately (after a second fermentation in the bottle) become the bubbly.