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Weißburgunder - also known as Pinot Blanc - is a white wine grape. It is a point genetic mutation of Pinot noir (Spätburgunder). Pinot Noir is genetically unstable and will occasionally experience a point mutation in which a vine bears all black fruit except for one cane which produces white fruit.
This ancient variety, which is known as Pinot Blanc in France, grows in fertile or chalky soil and ripens quite late.
Weißburgunder wines have a less pronounced, relatively neutral bouquet, yet more acidity than the Grauburgunder - from which the grape mutated. Most wines made from Weißburgunder are known for harmonizing perfectly with many types of food.
To see all our Weißburgunder white wines follow this link: https://meller-biowine.com/collections/weissburgunder