Pinot Blanc is the Italian name of the French variety much cultivated Pinot Blanc, originally from Burgundy and part of that great family of Pinot that sees the Pinot Noir as the founder. Pinot Blanc is a mutation of Pinot Grigio, which is himself a mutation from the Black. Today this variety has widely spread throughout Europe in cool or cold weather, thanks to the better qualities of his ancestor Pinot Grigio. The wine made with Pinot Blanc has a good structure and body, winy.
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