Pinot Blanc (Pinot blanc, Pinot bianco) is a French variety grown and the Czech Republic for many centuries. Ironically Czech name "Pinot", which is based on the designation 'Burgundy Grey' in Germany.
Characteristics of the wine:
The color is golden yellow. The smell of fresh, slightly fruity and floral, slightly spicy with bread yeast. The taste is very lusciously full, gently bread with a hint of fruitiness, with optimum acidity and fine tannins. Very suitable for longer storage.
Matching meal & food:
Cold food, seafood, fish, poultry