Pinot Blanc is the white grape mutation of Pinot Noir. It's found mostly in Germany and Northern Italy where wines are refreshing, peachy, and dry.
- Body: Light
- Sweetness: Dry
- Tannin: Low/None
- Acidity: Medium
- Alcohol: 13.5–15% ABV
A wine like Pinot Blanc is best suited to foods with more subtle flavoring. It will match up well with soft cheeses, salads with cream dressings and flaky fish.
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