Keyword: Pinot Gris
The white variety is a mutation of Pinot Noir (Pinot Noir) and belongs to the large family of Pinots . Specialists of the institute INRA found in 2004 that the mutation of the berry color only in the epidermal cells of the grape skin is not detectable, but in the flesh. From the Pinot Gris is then the Pinot Blanc mutated. The numerous synonyms in many languages â€‹â€‹testify to the widespread use of the vine, but also identify some different types of games. These are Affume, Anche cendrĂ©e, Arnaison Gris, Aserat, Auvergne Gris Gris Auvernas, Auvernat Gris, Auxerrat, Auxerrois Gris, BaratszinszĂ¶lĂ¶, Bayonne, Beurot, Biliboner, Borgogna Grigio, Burgundac Sivi, Burgundske Sede Burgundske Sive, Burot, Casper, Champagne, ClĂ¤vner Roth, Cordonnier Gris, Crvena Klevanjka, Druze, Druser, Edelklevner, digested grapes, Fauvet, Fromenteau Gris, Fromentot, Pinot Gris, Grey, Grey Malvasia, Pinot Gris, Pinot Riesling, Grey Savoyertraube, GrauklĂ¤ber, Grauklevner, Gris Commun, Gris Cordelier, hamsas SzĂ¶llo, HamuszĂ¶lĂ¶, Capuchin robes, Klevanjka, Klevanjka Crvena, Levraut, Malvoisie , little mouse, mouse color, Moreote Gris, Murys, Muscade, Musler, Noirin Gris, Ouche cendrĂ©e, Petit Gris, Pineau cendrĂ©e, Pineau Gris, Pinot Beurot, Pinot CendrĂ©, Pinot Gris, Francesco, Pinot Grigio Pinot Seryi, Piros Kisburgundi, Pyzhik, Rauchler, Raul Ander, Rehfahl, Reilander, Rhine gray, Rhine grape Rollander, RolĂ¶nder, RolĂ¶nder Druze, Rouci Sedive, Ruhlandi, Pinot Gris, Pinot Grigio Sivi, Rulundac, Ryjik, Ryzik, Sivi Pinot, Speyer, Spinovy Hrozen, spotlights, SzĂĽrke Kisburgundi, SzĂĽrke Klevner, Pinot Gris or Tokay d'Alsace, Tokay, Valais, Zeleznak.
In Burgundy, the grapes once grew often surrounded by Pinot Noir , from which the grapes without them can not be distinguished. In Lower Austria and western Hungary, she was already in the 13th Century by Cistercian grown, from where also the name of "Pinot Gris" is derived. These were in direct contact with their parent monasteries in Burgundy. In southern Baden, it was with the Red Traminer varieties and Hanns (Hansen, Small Veltliner) confused (ID = A. Andreas Jung ). All three varieties have been in 1639 under the homonym grown Musler (gray) at Schaffhausen. The synonym Tokay Gray and Moravian origin of the Hanns and Traminer may indicate an origin from northern Hungary or Slovakia. As of the 1711 Pinot Gris was the merchant Johann Ruland (1683-1745) from Speyer distributed, which they rescued from an abandoned vineyard near Speyer and newly brought into circulation. The berries have a bluish color from gray to reddish brown, often come from all shades of a single grape. The fragrant wine is rich in extract, low acidity and has a typical almond-honey bouquet. In 2009 the variety was grown in Austria for over 200 hectares and in Germany to more than 4,500 acres of vineyards. Globally, the stock of around 15,000 hectares. The variety was crossing partners for a number of new varieties such as Columna , Deckrot , Freisamer , Hecker , HĂ¶lder , John , Merzling , Nosztori Rizling , Ruling and Schantltraube .