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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  • Cecchi La Mora Vermentino 2016

    Maremma, Italy

    The lightness of Vermentino in harmony with the warmth of the Tuscan coast. La Mora Vermentino combines the graceful taste of the vines to a wide-ranging and material character originating from the soil and climate characteristics of the coast.

    • Markham Sauvignon Blanc 2016

      Napa Valley, California

      Aromas of fresh pineapple, gardenia blossoms, juicy fruit with apricot, honeydew melon and ruby grapefruit round out this Sauvignon Blanc. A ripe entry is full on the palate with a bright, clean finish.

      • Wairau River Sauvignon Blanc 2016

        Marlborough, New Zealand

        This wine's aromatic characteristics of concentrated tropical and stone fruit translate generously onto the palate, which is bursting with intense tropical fruit, peach, lemon, grapefruit and passionfruit. A fine, mouthwatering mineral acidity on the finish refreshes the palate and leaves you longing for more.

        • Anselmi San Vincenzo 2016

          Veneto, Italy

          San Vincenzo is grown in the Monteforte area within the Veneto region of northern Italy. Light straw in color, crisp and pure with scents of minerals, lemon/lime, apricot and yellow apples. This medium-bodied white is dry and fresh with notes of citrus fruit. 

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