Keyword: Pinot Blanc
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The white grape variety (Pinot Blanc) is a mutation of the Pinot Gris (Pinot Gris), in turn, from Pinot Noir is mutated (Pinot Noir). These three types are genetically identical and belong to the large family of Pinots . After the French Pierre ampelographers Pierre Galet (1921) there is a low-yield "real white Burgundy" from Burgundy, a very fruitful type of Alsace and a precocious type of bathing. In France, the variety was first described in 1895 in Burgundy, of German ampelographers but in the early 19th Century. For decades between the two very similar looking varieties Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc, and this distinction is not considered to be identical, but after DNA Chardonnay is a distinct species with parents Heunisch x Pinot.
The numerous designations identify some similar, directly related varieties such as AligotĂ© , Auxerrois , Chardonnay and Traminer , Formerly very common with Pinot Blanc grown in the composite rate. synonym include Arnaison Blanc, Arnoison, Auvernas, Auvernat, Auvernat Franco, Burgundac Beli, Beli Pinot, Burgundy Beyaz, Biela Klevanjka, Bielefeld Burgundske, Blanc d'Aune, Blanc DorĂ©, Blanc de Bonne Nature, Blanc de Champagne Blanc Petit DorĂ©, Borgogna Bianco, Borgognino, Bourguignon Blanc, Clae (s) vner, down, Epinette, Feher Kisburgundi, FehĂ©r Klevner, FehĂ©rburgundi, Fin DorĂ© Blanc, Gamay Blanc, Blanc Gentil , small precious, Klevner, melon de la Cote d'Or, Pineau Blanc, Pino Belyi, Pinot Bianco, Pinot Blanc Vrai, Pinot Branco, Plant de la Dole, Plant Dore, Rouci Bile, WeiĂarbst, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Blanc, White Pinot Grigio and WeiĂclĂ€ver.
The grape is one of the very large, perhaps not, but all over the world-grown, traditional varieties. Especially well suited she is for deep, calcareous soils. The advantage is that they can achieve even greater returns on high must weights. The greenish-yellow colored wine has mostly good harmony between fruit and acidity. He has no varietal bouquet, but rather subdued aromas of lime blossom, melon, pear and yellow fruit, the wine is most often used in sparkling wine production. In Germany, the vine growing in almost all areas in 2009 was distributed to over 3,900 hectares. In Burgundy they are today only in small quantities, large vineyards exist in Alsace, where they like with the related species Auxerrois is blended. In Austria it is grown to nearly 2,000 acres. In Italy it is as Pinot Bianco very popular and found in many DOC and IGT wines. Larger areas they occupied in some Eastern European countries. Worldwide, the stock is on the wane, it is often replaced in favor of Chardonnay.