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. Wine at the restaurant
    Tasting and service

    Choosing wine in restaurants

    When you’re hosting a dinner at home, it’s easy to decide which wine to open with your meal—everyone is eating the same thing!

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  2. White wine
    Profiles

    Discover Bordeaux whites!

    The land of Cabernet and Merlot, the Bordeaux region also makes excellent white wines that are too often overshadowed by its reds.

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  3. wines aromas
    Tasting and service

    Wine’s many aromas

    Here’s your chance to test your knowledge of the aromas common to certain popular grape varieties.

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  4. White wine
    Tasting and service

    Shades of white

    Do you know what to look for in a white wine? We’re here to help make things a little clearer.

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  5. Three glasses of wine, red, white and rosé
    Tasting and service

    What makes a wine good?

    What makes a wine good? It’s such a simple question, yet hard to answer simply... Here are a few thoughts toward a response.

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  6. Wine barrels
    Production methods

    The effect of wood on wine

    What is the effect of wood on wine? Should it be noticeable or understated? Here is a bit of background on maturing wine in oak.

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  7. Glasses of white wine
    Wine cultivation

    Is my wine vegan-friendly?

    Wine can indeed contain animal products—even if it’s only made of fermented grapes. Read on to learn how to tell if your wine reflects your dietary predilections.

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  8. Different types glasses wine
    Tasting and service

    A question of form

    Several factors can affect how we perceive a wine's flavour. Three experts tested the effect of different glasses on taste.

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  9. corkscrew
    Tasting and service

    What Exactly is a Corked Wine?

    The table is set, the glasses shined and all that’s left to do is to open the wine to go with the roast beef that’s been filling your house with mouth-watering aromas all day. You pop the cork and a strange smell wafts out of the bottle. And you know it’s strange because this is a wine you know by heart—one of your very favourites. Your wine is probably corked. But how does this even happen?

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  10. Glasse of wine with sediment
    Tasting and service

    Sediment in wine, is this normal?

    Nowadays, we expect wine to be perfectly smooth and crystal clear. As a result, some may be surprised to find gritty, powdery or crystalline deposits when pouring that last delicious glass, or when peering into the bottle itself. Is sediment bad? The gritty truth is: No.

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  11. aged wines
    Tasting and service

    Aged wines?

    Drinking an aged wine is a moment for appreciating its history, the work of the artisan who made it and, above all, the incredible alchemy that went into creating its aromas, which when paired with the effects of time work to produce what appears in the glass in your hand. Whether red or white, what is an aged wine?

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    Tasting and service

    Decanting: when, how, why

    How much do you really know about decanters, every wine lover's best friend?

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