French Pinot Blanc is a white wine grape variety that’s most commonly found in the Alsace region of northeastern France. Here, it’s often used to produce crisp, refreshing white wines that can range from dry to off-dry in style. Pinot Blanc wines are typically light to medium-bodied, with moderate acidity and flavours of green apple, pear, and citrus, often with a hint of almond or mineral on the finish. They can be enjoyed young, but some examples also have the potential to age and develop more complex flavours. If you enjoy white wines that are fresh, balanced, and versatile, wines made from French Pinot Blanc could be a great choice for you.