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History and features of  Pinot bianco

The Pinot bianco vine probably comes from genetic mutations of Pinot Noir or Pinot Grigio. It is part of the so-called “international” vines, of French origin and widely cultivated all over the world. It is a very early vine, and this makes it suitable for cultivation in regions considered also “extreme” for viticulture, for which it is commonly cultivated in France and Germany. In Italy it has been present since the 1800s, and is widespread in a wide range of regions and denominations. Many times it has been confused with Chardonnay in the past, and the characteristics that unite it with this vine have meant that it was often cultivated together with it. It is registered in the Italian Register of Wine Grape Varieties only in relatively recent times (1978).

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