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Pinot Meunier

In Champagne its wine adds youthful fruit to Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It is called 'miller's' vine because its leaves are dusty white underneath. As Müllerrebe it is grown in Germany's Württemberg and some varietal still wines are made in Victoria, Australia.