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Wine “varietals” simply means wine made from a specific winegrape. Varietal wines in the United States are often named after the dominant grapes used in making the wine. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Noir, and Chenin Blanc are examples of grape varieties. When a wine bottle shows a varietal designation on the label (like Merlot) it means that the wine in the bottle is at least 75% that grape variety (at least 75% Merlot, for example).*
Showing a varietal on the label tells the consumer what to expect from the flavor of the wine. That’s why learning about basic varietals in important.
Wine labels in the U.S. often also give information on location like the Mondavi “Napa Valley” Cabernet Sauvignon shown here. This indicates that the Cabernet grapes in this wine were grown in the “Napa Valley” official wine region (Viticutural Area or appellation).
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