A grape varietal used in the production of white and sparkling wine. Where the Beaunois varietal originated has not been verified, but it has definitely earned a reputation and a home in France’s Burgundy region. The Beaunois varietal is easy to grow and produces high yields. The grape is also grown in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, the United States (specifically California), Italy, and Spain. The Beaunois is the only varietal allowed to be grown in France's Chablis appellation. Vinified as a 100% varietal in Chablis and White Burgundy (exception: if label specifies Aligoté varietal blended with the White Burgundy). Also used in the production of high quality sparkling French wines and French champagnes.
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