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Melon du Bourgogne

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Melon du Bourgogne is a white grape known for its high acidity and resistance to colder weather. The grape’s most famous use is in the production of the world-renowned Muscadet-Sèvre-Et-Maine wine, which has been produced in France’s Loire Valley since the year 1709. Expect notes of ripe green apple, pear and even graphite.

General Characteristics

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