Pinot Bianco is a crisp, medium-bodied, dry white wine with light fruitiness. Pinot Bianco’s color can be described as medium straw-yellow with the aroma of green almonds. Pinot Bianco should be consumed young and not too cold.
Pinot Bianco grapes (Pinot Blanc) are believed to have originated in France’s Burgundy region. The grape is grown in several countries including Germany, Hungary, and Italy. Pinot Bianco is a genetic mutation of Pinot Gris which is itself a mutation of Pinot Noir.