The white grape variety is a new breeding/crossing between Bicane x Pinot. Synonyms are Blanc Précoce de Malingre, Chasselas de Tramontaner, Dr. Schmidtmanns, Early Malingre, Early Yellow Malinger, Early Yellow Malingre, Early Mature Malingre, Madeleine Blanche de Malingre, Malengra, Malinger, Malinger Skory, Malingre, Malingre Precoce and Précoce Blanc. The crossing is said to have taken place in 1840 near Paris by a gardener named Malingre. The parentage was only determined by DNA analysis in 2009. It was a crossing partner in the new varieties Agostenga Rosa, Augustriesling, Goldriesling (1), Louisette, Madeleine Céline, Revolta and Zarya Severa, and via the Geisenheim GM 6494 also in Baron, Bronner, Cabernet Carbon, Prior and Souvignier Gris. An open-pollinated descendant is Seyanet's Malengra.
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