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[say-mee-YOHN] White-wine grape that is planted around the world-Argentina, Australia, Chile, France, South Africa, and the United States and, in most cases, turns out neutral-flavored, mediocre wines. By itself, Sémillon generally produces wines that are not well-rounded. Combine Sémillon with Sauvignon Blanc however, and the resulting wines can be quite extraordinary.
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