White

“White” grapes can range in color from yellow to green to light pink when ripe. The wine made from them is called white wine, even though it is never actually white but rather transparent with more or less yellow coloration, sometimes with a greenish tinge. With age or oak contact, white wines become more amber to brown.

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Pampanuto
Pampanuto
Passerina
Passerina Multiple biotypes; may be a group of distinct varieties under the same name. High acidity. Aromas & flavors: Ripe citrus, tropical fruit. Best DOPs: Controguerra DOC, Offida DOCG.
Pecorello
Pecorello
Pecorino
Pecorino High-quality variety. High acidity; high alcohol. Aromas & flavors: Apple, pear, delicately herbal (sage, thyme, mint). Best DOP: Offida DOCG.
Petite Arvine
Petite Arvine
Picolit
Picolit
Pigato
Pigato
Pignoletto
DNA evidence has shown that the grape variety known as Pignoletto of Emilia Romagna is genetically the same as Grechetto di Todi. The term Pignoletto is now properly used only as a place-name in the context for the Colli Bolognesi Pignoletto DOCG and Pignoletto DOC, while the grape is called Grechetto.
Pinella
Pinella
Pinot Bianco
Pinot Bianco 153949013-Pinot Bianco
Pinot Grigio
Pinot Grigio
Prié Blanc
Prié Blanc

Picolit

Pigato

Pinella