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...You see a shortened form of description. The full description is reserved for our subscribers.