Sylvaner: Sylvaner is a white grape from Central Europe. Its grapes make it possible to produce inexpensive wine with generous yields, but also, if the soil allows it, fruity, velvety and rounded wines. This white grape variety is widespread in Germany, Austria and the Italian Tyrol, and also cultivated in Chile and California. In Alsace, the Sylvaner gives a very pale, light and thirst-quenching wine, but not very fragrant; the best Alsatian sylvaners are those of the region of B ...
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