Verdejo

An herbaceous white wine that grows almost exclusively in the Rueda region of Spain. Not to be confused with Verdelho, a Portuguese grape used in primarily in Madeira.

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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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Trebbiano Toscano

One of the top wine grapes of Italy and France (where it’s called Ugni Blanc). That said, you’d never realize it because Trebbiano is mostly used in brandy and balsamic vinegar production!

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Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris (aka Pinot Grigio) is a pinkish grape mutation of Pinot Noir. It’s famously known for zesty white wines, but can also be used for rosé. Look to Northern Italy, Oregon, and Alsace for benchmark examples.

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Grechetto

The primary grape in Italy’s well-known Orvieto wines from Umbria and Lazio. This white fuller in body and if you close your eyes, it will remind you of rosé!

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Malvasia Fina

Malvasia Fina, or Boal, as it is known on the island of Madeira is one of the four main grapes used in Madeira production. In table wines, full aromatics and alcohol are of note.

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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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Crémant

krem-mont Primary Flavors Lemon White Peach White Cherry Almond Toast Taste Profile Dry Light Body None Tannins High Acidity 10–11.5% ABV Handling SERVE 38–45°F / 3-7°C GLASS TYPE Flute DECANT No CELLAR 3–5 Years Food Pairing Crémant wines vary in style and taste and include both white to rosé styles. Generally speaking, Crémant makes an […]

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Colombard

This fairly neutral grape, once preferred solely for brandy production (notably Armagnac) is planted globally. Generally blended with other grapes, easy-drinking table wines result.

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