The Burgundian grape varieties account for only a small part of the range, but have a large number of enthusiasts. Both Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir are a wonderful addition to Riesling. The Pinot Blanc is typically milder in acid and fuller with good balance and versatile with food.
Pinot Noir is the red equivalent of Riesling, often called “red Riesling”: a very complex, fascinating variety, which doesn’t let go once you delve into it. Full of finesse and elegance, Pinot Noir reacts to the terroir in which it grows.