Chateau Dubois Gramont is a wine from Bordeaux,region of France
,Bordeaux vineyard is covering almost all the Gironde department is known for the excellent environment for growing wines. This vineyard offers a wide wine assortment with very specific characteristics. The Garonne river defines the main sub-division of the region. On the right bank, the regions of Blaye-Libournais and Entre-Deux-Mers. On the left bank, Graves, Medoc and Sauterne.
is a golden-skinned grape used to make dry and sweet white wines, mostly in France and Australia. Semillon’s homeland is undoubtedly south-west France, not just Bordeaux but the many surrounding wine regions such as Bergerac. It is an ingredient with Sauvignon Blanc in both basic Bordeaux Blanc and the great, dry, oaked whites of Graves and Pessac-Léognan. It gives the longest-living wines in the world in the Sauternes vineyards, where the influences of the rivers, the sun and the ocean allow to develop the noble rot to concentrate its berries in sugar, giving honeyed, rich sweet wines. Other sweet wines on the fringes of Sauternes which owe much to Semillon include Barsac, Loupiac, Cérons and Ste Croix du Mont.
is a white-wine grape from western France, now successfully grown in emerging and established wine regions all over the world. While the grape may be more readily associated with the Loire Valley (for its role in Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume), it is more likely to have originated from Bordeaux, where it is typically blended with Semillon. In the late 20th Century, a new region began to gain a reputation as one of the great Sauvignon Blanc regions of the world: Marlborough, at the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island. Outside France and New Zealand, the variety has been relatively successful in New World regions such as California, Chile and South Africa. It can be grown in relatively cool climates while its naturally high acidity allows it to retain freshness even in warmer areas. Classic Sauvignon Blanc aromas range from grass, nettles, blackcurrant leaf and asparagus to green apples and gooseberries. It gives usually refreshing and mineral dry wines.