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Colombard is an old light-skinned white grape variety, with a home in France and it is used in large amounts as blending grape in Cognac and Armagnac regions, because of its neutral taste in high acidity, together with Ugni Blanc and Follie Blanche grapes. It is one of the most planted grapes in France mainly used for brandy. In the South West region is often blended under the appellation  IGP Cotes de Gascogne, producing very light and refreshing wines. Outside France, it is to be found in South Africa, where it is known as Colombar and used as the base of brandy and there are some plantings in California, Australia and Israel.

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