Vouvray

A regional wine from France’s Loire Valley dedicated to the production of wines from the Chenin Blanc grape; available in an array of styles from dry to sweet, and still to sparkling.

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Sauternais

A group of rare dessert wines from Bordeaux made with Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle grapes infected with a special kind of rot called Botrytis cinerea that concentrates the grape sugars.

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Tokaji Aszú

A notable Hungarian sweet wine made mostly of Furmint grapes that are affected by a special rot called Botrytis cinerea. The rot concentrates the grape’s sugars and adds distinct aromas of ginger and saffron.

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Port (White)

The most important fortified sweet wine of Portugal is made in a range of styles including white, rosé, red and tawny, each with a unique taste profile.

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Muscat of Alexandria

Another important Muscat variety used primarily for dessert wines that delivers slightly more mandarin orange, orange zest and sweet rose notes than Muscat Blanc.

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Moscatel de Setúbal

A rich and honeyed fortified dessert wine made primarily with Muscat of Alexandria grapes grown on the Setúbal peninsula in Southern Portugal.

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Orange Wine

The name is a bit of a misnomer because this wine isn’t made with oranges, but rather white grapes that have been fermented on their skins, much like red wine.

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Falanghina

Two unique varieties (Falanghina Beneventana and Falanghina Flegrea) define Campania’s signature white. Wines are zesty with peach fruit, minerals, and almond notes.

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Chenin Blanc

It’s hard not to love Chenin Blanc; given its diversity of styles from lean, dry whites and aromatic sparklers, to sweet golden nectars as well as rich brandies.

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Catarratto

ka-tar-rah-tow Primary Flavours Lemon Apple Peach Dried Flowers Honey Taste Profile Dry Medium-light Body None Tannins Medium Acidity 11.5–13.5% ABV Handling SERVE 45–55°F / 7-12°C GLASS TYPE White DECANT No CELLAR 1–3 Years Food Pairing Look to local fare when pairing with indigenous grapes; local Sicilian vegetable dishes, antipasti, lighter fish dishes, or a vongole […]

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