French Bourboulenc is a white wine grape variety grown primarily in the Southern Rhône and Languedoc regions of France. Often used as a blending grape in white Rhône blends, it’s valued for its high acidity and citrus flavours, helping to add freshness and balance. Wines made from Bourboulenc are typically medium-bodied and aromatic, with flavours of citrus, pear, and often a characteristic note of minerality or salinity. They are most often made in a dry style. If you enjoy white wines that are fresh, balanced, and have a touch of complexity, wines featuring French Bourboulenc could be a great choice for you.