Pinot Blanc (Pinot Blanc)

Pinot Blanc (Pinot Blanc)
The Weißburgunder (Pinot Blanc) is grown internationally and is the youngest member of the Pinot family. Known for its delicate bouquet and soft acidity, it is often used as a blending partner.
origin Probably Burgundy, France
ancestry Mutation of Pinot Gris
Global Vineyard Area 14,724 Hectares / 0.32%
other names Weißburgunder or Klevner (Austria), Fehér Burgundi (Hungary), Pinot bianco (Spain and Italy), Rulandské bílé (Czech), Rulandské biele (Slovakian), Bijeli pinot (Croatia), Бели пино, бели бун.
bunch of grapes Medium-sized berries, round to oval, with yellowish-green, thin skin.
Blatt medium-sized, pentagonal with three to five lobes
maturing time mid to late season
ideal floor Well drained with neutral to alkaline soil
wine characteristics
Young wines have blooming overtones and a pleasingly sharp acidity, while mature versions develop bread and nut flavors over time. Maturation is slow and the highest quality is achieved after long bottle aging.
wine regions
Austria, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Hungary, Czech Republic, Slovakia, USA, Canada