French Colombard is a white wine grape variety traditionally grown in the South West region of France. Historically used to produce Cognac and Armagnac, Colombard has found a new lease of life as a varietal wine, producing crisp, refreshing white wines with high acidity. These wines typically showcase flavours of lime, green apple, and tropical fruit, often with herbal or floral notes. In recent years, it has also become popular in California, where it’s used to produce both varietal wines and blends. If you enjoy white wines that are crisp, fruity, and aromatic, wines made from or featuring French Colombard could be a great choice for you.