The Burlat cherry, also known as Bigarreau Burlat or Hativ Burlat, is a heart-shaped dark red variety of sweet cherry. It was discovered as a chance seedling in 1915 by farmer Leonardo Burlat in the Rhône Valley.
The fruit is medium to large in size. The skin is soft and dark brownish-red when fully ripe, dark red beforehand. The flesh is dark red, quite firm, somewhat softer when fully ripe and sweet when ripening, predominantly sweet when fully ripe. It has low acidity and is moderately aromatic. The stone is medium-sized and oblong-oval. The stem is medium length, around 3.5 cm, green, with a medium-sized stalk. The Burlat cherry ripens in the 1st to 2nd harvest week.