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Cienna is a red Australian wine grape variety first harvested in 2000. It is a mix between the Spanish wine grape Sumoll and Cabernet Sauvignon grape.[1] This grape was initially created in 1972 by CSIRO. The aim was to produce high quality grapes suited for Australian conditions. One of the most notable wineries that produces a light-style, light-alcohol Cienna wine is Brown Brothers from Victoria, Australia.[2]


  1. ^ Robinson, Jancis (2006). The Oxford companion to Wine, third edition. Oxford University Press. pp. 170. ISBN 0-19-860990-6.
  2. ^ Brown Brothers Cienna

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