Leon Millot

Leon Millot was created by the Oberlin Wine Institute in Alsace in the late 19th century by crossing Millardet de Grasset and Goldriesling. If the spring is warm It is a rapidly growing and early variety. Small clusters of berries dominated by the seeds and with a red pulp. It has a high resistance to diseases. Mildew can, however, be seen on the leaves from time to time.

The wine is concentrated dark, berry, light to medium-bodied with a strong fruit taste, low in tannin. The grape brings a good table wine and a very tasty nouveau.