White Wines

White Wines

Cool & inviting – need we say more, the only better way to enjoy a nice white wine is with friends. All types of white wine start with white grapes but the resulting wine will vary greatly depending upon the type of grape grown and several other variables such as where in the world the grapes are grown, how the climate, moisture levels and soil conditions affect the grapes during their growing season, and how each individual winemaker treats the grapes once they are picked. This is the beauty of wine. Most types of white wines are lighter (have less body) than red wines.
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  • Hanna Winery Sauvignon Blanc 2016

    Russian River Valley, California

    Sauvignon Blanc has a starring role at HANNA, brimming with zingy acidity, unencumbered by oak, eager to cozy up to the foods that resist easy pairing like salads and dishes with spice and heat.

    • The Federalist Chardonnay 2016

      Mendocino County, California

      Sonoma County. The Federalist Chardonnay is a classic and crowd-pleasing Chardonnay! This wine is everything you'd expect from a Chardonnay: ripe fruit, bright acidity, rich flavor and a long finish.

      • Anselmi Capitel Foscarino 2014

        Veneto, Italy

        Grown on the the best vine growing hill in the Soave area at the top of Foscarino Hill, this wine's distinct mineral notes pair well with fish, shellfish, risotto, grilled vegetables and creamy cheeses.

        • Hanna Winery Chardonnay 2014

          Russian River Valley, California

          This Russian River Valley Chardonnay has flavors of vanilla bean, passion fruit and spice. On the palate it is notably vivid, bursting with juicy intensity, a viscous impression and long finish.

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