The Ataulfo, also called Champagne,young, baby, yellow, honey, manilla, Adaulfo,or Adolfo is a mango cultivar from Mexico and, prior to that, Hawaii, of Indonesian origin.
Champagne mangos are golden yellow and generally weigh between 6 and 10 ounces, with a somewhat sigmoid (oblong) shape and a gold-blushed yellow skin.
Their buttery flesh is not fibrous, and Champagne have a thin pit.
Champagne flesh is a deep yellow and high in sugar 15 grams per 100-gram serving, with a rich, spicy flavor. They are rich in vitamin C and dietary fibre.
Champagne mangos have only recently gained popularity in the United States, though they have been a major crop in Mexico for decades. They come from the Mexican states of Michoacan, Sinaloa, Nayarit, Jalisco, Veracruz and Chiapas, and are sold between March and September.