Vermentino

Vermentino is an important white of Sardinia and Tuscany where producers offer both oaked and unoaked styles. It’s also one of the top white blending grapes included in Provence Rosé (labeled as Rolle).

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Sauvignon Blanc

A popular and unmistakable white wine that’s loved for its “green” herbal flavors and racy acidity. Sauvignon Blanc grows nearly everywhere and thus, offers a variety of styles ranging from lean to bountiful.

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Sancerre

A regional wine from the Loire Valley of central France. Wines are mostly Sauvignon Blanc (and very rarely: Pinot Noir). Sauvignon Blanc is exceptionally lean and textured from Sancerre’s chalky soils.

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Loureiro

One of the major grapes used in the wines of the northern Portuguese wine region Vinho Verde. The wines are bright and display aromas of peach, ripe citrus and white blossom.

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Grillo

At home in Sicily; the table wines that result are full in body, with a floral, herbal aroma. A major component of Sicily’s fortified flagship wine: Marsala.

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Encruzado

A rare Portuguese white wine with exceptional quality and ability to be aged in oak, giving it a similar taste to white Burgundy; it shows a distinct, slatey minerality.

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Godello

A rare grape with great potential from the Iberian peninsula delivers mouth-watering flavors of briny grapefruit. The best examples offer smoky minerality.

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Friulano

Officially called Sauvignonasse, this lean, dry, herbal white is often mistaken for Sauvignon Blanc. You’ll find it in abundance in Northeastern Italy in Friuli-Venezia Giulia.

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Gewürztraminer

Treasured for its intense floral aromas, Gewürztraminer has thrived for centuries around Germany. Quality examples are ageworthy, but most are best enjoyed in their youth to preserve acidity.

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Bordeaux Blend (White)

A white blend that’s dominated by Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc, along with other grape varieties that are native to the Bordeaux region of France.

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