Aubin Vert grapes
Just like Aubin Blanc, Aubin Vert is also an old grape variety which was previously cultivated in the Moselle area near Metz.
For over the years, this variety was known under several synonyms and that includes Aubun Vert, Blanc d’Euvezin, Blanc d’Euvizin and Vert Blanc.
Aubin Vert was first mentioned in the year 1722 in the plural form Aubins and later in 1829 as Aubin Vert.
It was shown based from the DNA parentage analysis that this grape variety is a natural cross between Pinot and Gouais Blanc, which suggested that Chardonnay, Gamay Noir, Aligote, Melon are siblings of Aubin Vert.
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