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Bacchus

England's answer to Sauvignon Blanc, Bacchus is an aromatic white grape, making bright and fresh white wines with plenty of aromas. Bacchus is a relatively young grape. It was created in Germany in 1933 by crossing other local varieties – Muller-Thurgau and another cross, Riesling-Silvaner. However Bacchus did not have much luck in his motherland, Germany, where Riesling reigns all the best vineyard sites. Instead, the new grape found its second home in England.

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