Viognier

A rich, oily white wine that originated in the Northern Rhône and is rapidly growing in popularity in California, Australia, and beyond. Wines are often age in oak to deliver Chardonnay-like richness.

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Pinot Meunier

This fruity red grape is mostly seen as a chief blending partner in the world’s most popular sparkling wine, Champagne.

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Nebbiolo

One of Italy’s most important red wine varieties made famous by the Barolo region of Piedmont where wines offer delicate aromas accompanied by strong tannins.

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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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Cserszegi Fűszeres

chair-seggy foo-sar-resh Primary Flavours Peach Elderflower Grape Lychee Rose Taste Profile Off-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 3–5 Years Food Pairing Given it’s aromatic style, try this exotic white with light meats or seafood in fresh Asian dishes like Vietnamese vermicelli […]

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Airén

Spain’s most widely planted grape is primarily used for brandy, save for a few producers who have revitalized the drought-resistant old bush vines for winemaking.

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Barolo

Piedmont’s most famous red wine is made with 100% Nebbiolo grapes. Its translucent brick-red color, deceptively light body, and floral aromas contrast its dense tannin structure.

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