Regional Varieties: Albariño Aligoté Amigne Arneis Chasselas Colombard Cortese Fiano Grechetto Grenache Blanc Malvasia Istriana Marsanne Muscadelle Muscat of Alexandria Ortega Palomino Parellada Petite Arvine Prosecco Rieslaner Roussanne Savagnin Scheurebe Seyval Blanc Tocai Friulano Torrontés Vermentino Welschriesling
Colombard is a French grape descended from Gouais Blanc and Chenin Blanc. In France it is most often used for Cognac and Armagnac development. It is still among the allowed white grapes for some regions of Bordeaux, but is rarely used there anymore. It has been attracting more interest in South Africa of late, and the US, notably California, where it is called French Colombard.