The Melon de Bourgogne Grape: A Unique Grape of the Loire Valley

About Melon de Bourgogne Grape

Melon de Bourgogne is a white grape variety primarily associated with the Loire Valley in France, particularly in the Muscadet region.

The name "Melon" can be misleading, as the grape is not related to the melon fruit. 


Melon de Bourgogne has high-acidity, tends to produce light-bodied and bone-dry wine with mineral, saline, citrus and green apple flavors. Perfect for seafood, shellfish pairing.