The white grape variety is one new breed / Crossing between Bicane x Pinot, Synonyms are Blanc Précoce de Malingre, Chasselas de Tramontaner, Dr. Schmidtmanns, Early Malingre, Early Yellow Malinger, Early Yellow Malingre, Early Ripening Malingre, Madeleine Blanche de Malingre, Malengra, Malinger, Malinger Skory, Malingre, Malingre Precoce and Précoce Blanc. The crossing is said to have taken place near Paris in 1840 by a gardener named Malingre, from which the second part of the name is derived. The parenthood was only through 2009 DNA analysis determined. She was a crossing partner in the new varieties Agostenga Rosa. Goldriesling (1), Louisette. Madeleine Celine. Revolta and Zarya Severa, as well as about the Geisenheimer GM 6494 also at baron. Bronner. Cabernet carbon. prior and Souvignier Gris, On openly bloomed Descendant is Seyanets Malengra,
The very early ripening vine (précoce = early) is resistant to fungal diseases, It produces Riesling-like, rather low-acid white wines. The variety is mainly called table grape used. She will be in France grown in the Vendée department on only about one hectare (Statistics Kym Anderson 2010). In Germany is it from a producer at the Ahr cultivated in small quantities as a wine grape.
Images: Ursula Brühl, Doris Schneider, Julius Kühn Institute (JKI)