Bourboulenc Grapes


Bourboulenc is an extremely old grape variety which is thought to have originated in Greece where it was known as the Asprokondoura. A late-ripening variety, it tends toward leanness and neutrality, but when picked at optimum maturity it retains high natural acidity and shows fresh citrus qualities with floral notes.

On the sun-drenched, stony plateaus of the Mediterranean basin, the vine achieves a high degree of ripeness and corresponding degree of alcohol.

Plantings of Bourboulenc are now concentrated primarily in the south of France, in the Côteaux du Languedoc appellations of Corbières and Minervois, and in the southern Rhône Valley in the Tavel, Lirac, Côtes-du-Rhône and Châteauneuf-du-Pape appellations.


Translations: Bourboulenc Vīnogas, Bourboulenc Vynuogės, Bourboulenc Struguri, Grožđe Bourboulenc, Bourboulenc Nho, Winogrona Bourboulenc, Bourboulenc Druiven, Bourboulenc अंगूर, Uvas Bourboulenc, Bourboulenc виноград, Bourboulenc Σταφύλια, العنب Bourboulenc, Bourboulenc 포도, Bourboulenc bobulí, Bourboulenc Anggur, Bourboulenc mga ubas, Bourboulenc葡萄, Bourboulenc Raïms, Bourboulenc Grozdje, Bourboulenc bobúľ, Bourboulenc Uva, Bourboulenc ענבי, Bourboulenc Vindruvor, Боурбоуленц грожђа, Bourboulencブドウ, Cépages Bourboulenc, Bourboulenc Trauben, Bourboulenc Druer, Bourboulenc Druer, Bourboulenc Uvas, Bourboulenc виноград, Bourboulenc Viinirypäleet, Bourboulenc Грозде



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