Melon de Bourgogne (mel-AWN de bore-GOY-nya)

An ancient Burgundian variety, melon was subsequently banned in Burgundy, but found a centuries-long home in the Loire Valley where it’s the grape that makes the light, tart, dry French wine Muscadet, considered the working man’s accompaniment to oysters.

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