By Gary L Peters
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This cultivar yields reasonably well and has been planted throughout most nf the cooler viticultural regions of California, as well as in Oregon, Wshington, Idaho, Ariwna, New Mexico, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Wrginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. There are now perhaps 3,000 acres of Sauvignon Blanc growing on American soil. One of the first importations of Sauvignon Blanc to California calne from the hmous Ch2tcau dyqwem, which is world-renowned for its sweet botrytised wines.
Eram oak. MAJOR CULTIVARS W I A M E R I C A N V I N E Y A R D S TODAY qg Like Sauvignon Blanc, Sknlillon is another white grape that came to &&erica from Bordeaux, where it is used both for blending with Sauvignon Blanc in Inany white Bordeaux wines and for producing rich, sweet, botrytised dessert wines. Semilion is a good-yielding gape, capable of producing five to ten tons per acre, depending on local environmental conditions and pruning techniques. Although vigorous in gowth habit, Stmillon is susceptible to rot, including the beneficial botrytis; the vine's golden yellow, distinctively flavored grapes grow in small clusters.
In all three categories, some of the included cultivars have been grown in h e r i c a (mainly in California) for decades (Petite Sirah and Barbera are examples), whereas others are just starting to be planted mognier and Nebbiolo, for example). lzctl. For viti~vlturalpurposes, France5 Rh6ne Valley is often divided into northern and southern segments. Syrah and Wognier are the predominant cultivars in the Northern Rh6ne. T h e Southern Rh6ne is best known for its blended wines, including the widely known Chgteauneuf-du-Pape (which may legally include up to thirteen different cultivars in its wines).