White Wine

Grape varieties, production methods, food and wine pairings, service and storage: discover all our articles on white wine.

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  1. Germany
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    Five German white wines to enjoy the sunny weather

    German wines are perfectly suited for today’s tastes; lively wines with moderate alcohol content that rely on a rich history and grape varieties with a strong character.

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  2. Trapiche vineyard argentina
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    Trapiche: Pioneer of Argentinian winemaking

    Building on over 135 years’ experience in wine production, Trapiche is among Argentina’s most influential vineyards and helps extend the reach of its country’s wines around the world.

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  3. Sauvignon blanc
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    Sauvignon blanc

    Sauvignon is a grape native to the Gironde and the Loire, in France (two regions which claim its origin). It produces very distinctive wines with great freshness where fruity and herbaceous notes intermingle. Besides France, it has adapted wonderfully well to New Zealand, Chile and the United States (California).

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  4. Chardonnay
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    Chardonnay

    Known for producing some of the most coveted white wines in the world, Chardonnay is a grape native to the village of the same name in the Mâconnais sub-region in Burgundy. Internationally renowned, it is the source of the great white wines of Burgundy, but has conquered many wine-producing countries including the United States (California), Australia, Chile and Canada.

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  5. Chenin blanc
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    Chenin Blanc

    Chenin Blanc is native to the Loire Valley. Even today, it is ubiquitous in its region of origin, where it produces dry, mellow, syrupy and sparkling whites. Appreciated for its freshness, it has conquered many producing countries, from Canada to South Africa.

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  6. chablis, wines, french wines, bourgogne, white wines
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    Chablis: The artfulness of a rare terroir

    Nestled in northern Bourgogne, the Chablis region produces dry whites that charm wine drinkers the world over. There, Chardonnay is expressed in crystalline form to be enjoyed beyond its classic seafood pairings.

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  7. riesling
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    Riesling

    Riesling is a white grape whose origin has always been claimed by both the Rhine Valley and the Moselle. Very permeable to its soil, it remains one of the varieties that best transmits the richness of its terroir. Although Germany and Alsace are the standard bearers of the grape variety, there are some very fine vintages in Austria and in some New World countries.

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  8. california, wine, gallo
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    California wines: 6 estates to discover

    The leading wine producer in the United States, California spans a vast and diverse territory that yields exceptional wine styles.

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  9. gerardo cesari, italian wine
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    Gerardo Cesari: For the love of Veneto

    From incredible Amarone to bold Ripasso, the Gerardo Cesari family vineyard is dedicated to making Valpolicella wines shine.

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  10. wine preservation
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    Testing out: wine preservation

    Can you really save wine to drink another day? We tested four wine preservation methods to see just how long wine remains drinkable, and more importantly, worthy of your glass.

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  11. washington wines
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    Discovering Washington

    Washington is the second-largest wine-growing state in the United States. With over 1,000 vineyards and 70 grapes varieties, the wine industry has exploded in recent decades.

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  12. Smoky notes - Mezcal
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    Smoky notes

    Wine, whisky, mescal, even beer can have smoky notes, which pair marvellously with similarly smoky foods. Subtle or intense, smoky notes can come from various sources — all related to how the item or product was made.

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