White Bordeux refers to any white wine produced in the humid, calcium-rich soil of the Bordeux region of France. White Bordeux is typically made from a blend of several grapes, typically consisting of 20% Sauvignon Blanc and 80% Sémillon. Other permitted grapes include Mauza, Ondenc, Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Merlot Blanc.

White Bordeux flavors range from sweet dessert wine to dry. The sweet whites are typically full flavored, smooth and rich, while dry whites are crisp and fruity.

Sweet white Bordeux should be served at 50ºF (10ºC), while dry should be served at 46º-50ºF (8º-10ºC).

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