Melon de Bourgogne

Melon de Bourgogne is a white grape variety most commonly associated with wines of Muscadet, where France’s Loire Valley meets the Atlantic coast. The grape is naturally high in acidity and is frequently vinified with lees aging to add texture and weight to final wines. Common flavors found in Melon de Bourgogne-based wines are citrus, salt, crushed rocks. Melon de Bourgogne buds early, produces decent yields, and thrives in cooler climate areas.

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