Semillon

Semillon is a golden-skinned grape that is used to make both dry and sweet white wines. The most famous Sémillon wine producers, such as Château d’Yquem, are based in France’s legendary Bordeaux wine region, where they make Sauternes sweet wines as well as dry white blends known as Bordeaux Blanc. In addition to Bordeaux in France, Sémillon can be found in Australia, New Zealand, Chile, South Africa, and Argentina.