Aligoté (al-i-go-TAY)

Fairly rare grape of Burgundy, France, and a sibling of chardonnay (both grapes are the progeny of pinot noir and gouais blanc). The light, tart, white wine made from it is used with crème de cassis in the Kir cocktail.

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