Tempranillo Blanco is a white mutation of the red Tempranillo grape variety. It was first discovered in Rioja, Spain in 1988 and recognized by the Rioja Consejo Regulador in 2007. The grape shares 97.8 percent of its DNA with Tempranillo but results in a different style of wine. It is known for its concentration of orange and stone fruit flavors, and ability to age well. It is a permitted variety in the Rioja DOCa classification and is primarily grown in Spain.