German Weissburgunder, also known as Pinot Blanc, is a white wine produced in several regions throughout Germany. It is known for its fresh, fruity flavors and crisp acidity.
In appearance, the German Weissburgunder ranges from a light, pale yellow to a golden yellow color. On the nose it shows aromas of green apple, pear and citrus along with some floral and mineral notes.
On the palate, the German Weissburgunder is characterized by its light to medium body, lively acidity and fresh fruit flavours. It typically has a dry flavor profile, with a subtle sweetness and a hint of minerality. The wine's flavor profile can range from fresh and spicy to more complex, with hints of spice and nuttiness.