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          • Lindeman’s Bin Series Griffith Botrytis LH Semillon (half-bottle) 1997
            Semillon from Australia
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            • Columbia Crest Semillon 1997 Front Label
              Columbia Crest Semillon 1997
              Semillon from Columbia Valley, Washington
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              • Hogue Genesis Semillon 1997
                Semillon from Columbia Valley, Washington
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                • Rosemount Diamond Semillon 1997 Front Label
                  Rosemount Diamond Semillon 1997
                  Semillon from Australia
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                  • Rosenblum Cellars Semillon Reserve 1997
                    Semillon from California
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                    • Hogue Semillon 1997 Front Label
                      Hogue Semillon 1997
                      Semillon from Columbia Valley, Washington
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                      • Chalk Hill Vineyard Selection Botrytis Semillon (half-bottle) 1997 Front Label
                        Chalk Hill Vineyard Selection Botrytis Semillon (half-bottle) 1997
                        Semillon from Sonoma County, California
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                      Learn about Sémillon — taste profile, popular regions and more …

                      An unassuming but noble variety, Sémillon is capable of producing wines with considerable structure, depth, length, and potential to improve for several decades. It is the perfect partner to the vivdly aromatic Sauvignon Blanc; the two are most commonly found blended in their home region of Bordeaux. Sémillon especially shines in Sauternes, one of the world’s greatest sweet wines, with highly concentrated flavors of honey and dried apricots. While Sémillon is not hugely popular in the rest of the wine world, it enjoys great success in Australia's Hunter Valley, where it can produce elegant, complex dry wines with aging potential.

                      Tasting Notes for Sémillon

                      Sémillon makes a dry or sweet white wine with a smooth texture and significant palate weight. In youthful dry wines, it expresses subtle aromas of lemon, green apple, pear and stone fruit. Aged or sweet Sémillon wines show more complex characters of lanolin, beeswax, honeysuckle, ginger, saffron, vanilla or toast.

                      Perfect Food Pairings for Sémillon

                      Thanks to its moderate acidity, this fairly full-bodied wine can stand up to pretty boldly flavored food. Think lightly spiced Asian or Indian white meat or fish dishes, or anything with cinnamon, clove, or star anise. It’s also great with autumnal vegetables like kabocha squash, yam or potato. Botrytised Sémillon, as in Sauternes, is a perfectly decadent pairing with foie gras.

                      Sommelier Secrets for Sémillon

                      Sémillon was once the most common variety in South Africa—so common, in fact, that in 1822, when 93% of the country’s vineyard area was planted with it, it was simply referred to as Wyndruif, or “wine grape.”

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