Pinot Blanc is a genetic mutation of Pinot Gris and, as a result, Pinot Noir. The grape is usually used to make medium- to full-bodied white wines with good acidity. The grape is popular in the Alsace region of France and in Germany and Italy. Although Pinot Blanc typically results in a crisp and fairly neutral wine, it can also produce wine displaying notes of honey, almonds, stone fruits and apples.

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