Colombard


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Colombard

(ˈkɒləmˌbɑːd)
n
1. (Plants) a white grape grown in France, California, and Australia, used for making wine
2. (Brewing) any of various moderately dry, spicy white wines made from this grape
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It brings us soft, minty, apple flavours enlivened by skilfully balanced acidity - but given concluding ripeness by hints of peach, presumably, from the eight per cent colombard star
where some of his French Colombard had begun to break.
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Colombard that does not taste like a basement bargain.
Usizo Fairtrade Colombard Sauvignon Blanc 2013, currently on offer at PS5.
Another bright white that makes it easy to support green, try Usizo Fairtrade Colombard Sauvignon Blanc 2012, SA (PS8.
The white is a simple colombard, a forgotten grape not really regarded as regal.
The Domaine Uby 2010, made from equal parts of Colombard and Ugni Blanc, again listed on the front, is scented and slightly herbal.
Stone Road Chardonnay Colombard 2010 (Co-op, pounds 1 off at pounds 4.
The limited edition wine series bottles have been designed by Christopher Hogan and include a White Shiraz, a Colombard and a Red Shiraz wine.
99 [pounds sterling] , includes a rose blended from Malaga Blanc, Colombard & Shiraz grapes, a white Shiraz and a sweet Muscat.
Curragh trainer James Burns saddled his first winner on the Flat in Ireland for two years when Colombard under Fran Berry came with a withering last-to-first challenge in the straight to collar Ashton Girl close home and prevail by a head in the opening 6f auction maiden.
The principal varietals grown at Gravelly Ford are French Colombard, Zinfandel and Ruby Cabernet.