Browse: Light-Bodied White Wine

A great starting point of regions (and wine varieties) to seek out when you need something big, bold and red. Spain, South Africa, California and Australia all have something in common…

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If you love to drink rosé, white, and sparkling wine you should know that clear glass bottles have been shown to cause light strike…

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An Intro to Dry White Wines

Posted to Learn About Wine on February 5th.

Understand how to choose a dry white wine for cooking and find out about the 3 dominant styles of dry white wines. These white wines are anything but sweet.

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Vermentino (“vur-men-teeno”) is a light-bodied white wine that comes from Italy. What’s exciting about Vermentino is it tastes similar to Sauvignon Blanc and is often much more affordable…

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Muscadet (“muss-kuh-day”) is a bone-dry, light-bodied white wine from the Loire Valley. The wine is known as the perfect wine to pair with seafood and historically, was the first French cooking wine in beurre blanc..

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If you’ve come to love the refreshing, subtly savory taste Sauvignon Blanc than you deserve to know more about it.

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Friuli-Venezia Giulia (Free-oo-lee Ve-ne-tsyah Joo-lyah) is known for producing some of the greatest Italian white wines. See a map of the region and discover its wines

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What’s the difference between Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc? Each wine represents a very different style and taste of dry white wine. Let’s take a closer look at their differences to find out which one you prefer.

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Soave (“swah-vay”) is an Italian white wine made of Gargenega grapes from Veneto, Italy. Soave wine is known for its melon-and-orange-zest flavors as well as its ability to age.

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A small wine region in Northern Italy might lose 25% of it’s vineyards to a planned railway expansion.

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