Aligoté, the second most planted white grape in Burgundy, commonly mistaken for Chardonnay, produces wines very high in acidity that are best drunk young. Its aromas include elements of apples and lemons, with a slightly herbal flavour and higher acidity than Chardonnay. With a lean and fresh, palate-cleansing character, wines produced from the Aligoté grape will pair well with fish, salads and soft, cow's milk cheeses. Known in France as being the base wine for making the famous blackcurrant/cassis Kir cocktail. 

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