Verdicchio

A fascinating white found primarily in the Marche of Italy where Verdicchio wines are loved for their sweet, peachy aromatics and somewhat oily texture.

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Vinho Verde

A regional wine blend from Portugal offered in both white, rosé and red styles. The most popular style is a fun, fruity white that usually has a touch of spritz.

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Vernaccia di San Gimignano

Hailing from Tuscany, this white grape is also the varietal in the Tuscan regional wine with the same name. Wines are bright, citrusy and crisp, and lend a slight bitter note on the finish.

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Schiava

A group of several varieties, the finest of which is called Schiava Gentile. Wines are sweetly aromatic and light-bodied with aromas reminiscent to cotton candy and roses.

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Prosecco

Italy’s number one sparkling wine comes from Northeastern Italy and uses a different winemaking method than Champagne. The best Prosecco wines are noted from the hilly sub-region of Valdobbiadene.

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Picpoul

A very old French white wine variety that’s recently become increasingly popular for its lip-zapping white wines that pair perfectly with shellfish and fried foods.

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Pinot Blanc

Pinot Blanc is the white grape mutation of Pinot Noir. It’s found mostly in Germany and Northern Italy where wines are refreshing, peachy, and dry.

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Moschofilero

A richly aromatic white wine that hails from the small region of Mantíneia, close to Tripoli in Peloponnese, Greece.

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Müller-Thurgau

A cross between Riesling and Madeleine Royal, the vines are known to be hyper-productive and thus, most wines are somewhat boring. That said, quality minded wineries offer Müller-Thurgau with the same complexity as fine Riesling.

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Muscadine

Muscadine (Vitis rotundifolia) is a North American grape species that’s naturally high in polyphenols (antioxidants). Wines are exceptionally challenging to make well, given that so few are doing it.

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