Monday, October 04, 2004

Melon de Bourgogne to be produced in Australia

Read about the forthcoming release of another diverse wine variety, this time Melon de bourgogne, the variety behing the wonderful dry whites known as Muscadet sur lie, made in the Loire Valley of France. But the Aussie version is being made by someone who we ususally associate with Italian Varieties.

Of course this won't be news to you if you have already subscribed to Vinodiversity News

See the full article on Aussie Melon de Bourgogne


Anonymous Luke said...

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