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Bourboulenc

Bourboulenc (also known as Berlou Blanc, Blanquette, Bourbojlanc, Bourboulenco, Bourbouleng, Burbulen, Clairete Dorée a Paulhan, Clairette á Grains Ronds, Clairette Blanche, Clairette Doree, Clairette Grosse, Clairette Rousse, Clairette Rousse du Var, Doucillon, Frappad, Grosse Clairette, Malvoisie, Malvoisie a la Clape, Mourterille, Ondenc, Picardan, Roussaou, Roussette) is a rare white wine grape primarily grown in a number of white wine appellations in southern France. Bourboulenc is a late ripening grape variety with tight bunches of large grapes that can be prone to rot in some years. Well-made Bourboulenc wine should have a good acidity level, body, penetrating character, citrus aromas and a hint of smoke, but if the grapes are picked too soon these wines can have a thin, neutral taste.