The red grape comes from France; Synonyms are Pinot Liébaut and Plant Liébault. It is a Klonmutanten of Pinot Noir, The DNA profile is identical, but there are small ones morphological Differences. It belongs to the group of Pinot varieties, After the ampelographer Pierre Galet (1921-2019) it was in 1810 by the eponymous A. Liébault in Gevrey in Burgundy discovered and selected by Eugène Liébault (descendants are now owned by Domaine Tortochot in Gevrey-Chambertin ). The vine produces higher than Pinot Noir yield , but tends to Verrieseln, The other properties are essentially identical, and there is no difference in the quality of wine. The variety is in Burgundy approved in almost all appellations. However, it is not shown separately in the statistics (Kym Anderson ).