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Leon Millot

Leon Millot

Léon Millot (sometimes called "Leon Millot Rouge" (or "Foster's Leon") to distinguish it from "Leon Millot Noir" (a.k.a. "Wagner's Leon") which many breeders believe to be Oberlin 595) is a red variety of hybrid grape used for wine. It was created in 1911 in the Oberlin Institute in Colmar, Alsace, by the French viticulturist Eugène Kuhlmann (1858–1932) by crossing the hybrid grape Millardet et Grasset 101-14 O.P. (which is Vitis riparia × Vitis rupestris) with Goldriesling, which is Vitis vinifera. The variety was named after the winemaker and tree nursery owner Léon Millot.

Synonyms: 

Leon Millot Rouge"
Foster's Leon
Kuhlmann 194-2

UK Area in production 2015: 

1.17 Hectares

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Northernmost Vineyard Growing Leon Millot in UK & Eire

Latitude

Windmill Vineyard

Windmill Hill Farm Daventry NN11 6HZ
Phone: 01327 262023
Northamptonshire
52° 12' 55.2312" N

Largest Vineyard Growing Leon Millot in UK & Eire

Meopham Valley Vineyard

Meopham Valley Vineyard Meopham DA13 0PY
Phone: 01474325148
Kent

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