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Gamay Blanc Gloriod

The white grape variety (also Gamay Blanc ) date back to France, It was discovered by the eponymous gardener Émile Gloriod in 1895 in the municipality of Gy in the Haute-Saône. The Ampelographer Victor Pulliat (1827-1896) she ordered the Beaujolais variety Gamay to, from which the name resulted. His colleague Pierre Galet (* 1921), however, recognized similarities with the variety Melon de Bourgogne, Made in 2013 DNA analysis a presumably natural crossing arose between Pinot x Gouais blanc, The variety has no meaning, in 2010, no inventory was reported (Statistics Kym Anderson ).

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