White Wine by Masoletti from Italian, Italy. Typically fresh and full flavored. Fragrant and fruity, with a hint of rose. Best served slightly chilled, with fish and seafood and other dishes with delicate flavor, including white meats, prosciutto, and culatello.
White Wine by Prager from Austria, European. This Riesling is a clear, bright pale lemon-green with a slight petillance in the glass. Aromas of green apple and lemon are prevalent with subtle notes of white peach and chamomile in the background. On the palate, the wine is light-bodied, crisp, and ever so slightly off dry with flavors of green apple, lemon, and underripe peach with hints of petrol, clove, and a stony minerality on the finish. Pair this rich Riesling with fish dishes - tuna, salmon and more strongly flavored freshwater fish. It would be a perfect companion to Whole Roasted Black Bass with Ginger and Scallions.
White Wine by J.J. Prum from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany.
White Wine by Goosecross from North Coast, California. Crisp, clean and bright with fresh grapefruit and pineapple flavors that finish dry with a touch of lemongrass and flint. This Sauvignon Blanc is excellent with any sort of seafood. You can pair this wine with shellfish, oysters, chicken, cream-based dishes, and a variety of cheeses.
White Wine by Sartori from Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. Straw yellow in the glass with whispers of tropical fruit and crisp citrus notes in the nose. The palate is refreshing, crisp and well structured. Ideal on its own as an aperitif, seafood pastas, shellfish, and salads.
White Wine by Sebastiani from North Coast, California. The 2014 North Coast Chardonnay is medium gold in color. The wine has yellow apple and ripe peach fruit aromas with hintsof marzipan. The palate is filled with flavors of apple, apricot, ripe pear fruit, and vanilla. With a soft finish, it is an easy-to-drinkstyle of Chardonnay; more on the fruity side.
White Wine by Thomas Goss from McLaren Vale, Australia. This wine displays floral and fresh fruit characters on the nose, with a clean and minerally finish. The wine has a lovely balance and charm which is a beautiful reflection of the Hills region and a fitting tribute to visionary farming families like those of Thomas Goss.
White Wine by Rolf Binder from Barossa Valley, Australia. A crisp elegant full flavored style sourced from Eden Valley fruit. A fine tasting elegant wine exhibiting a fresh and slightly musty aroma with hints of fresh limes. The sensation of abundant citrus characters offers a youthful and fresh palate with good depth of fruit and drying acidity.
White Wine by Selbach from Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany. A delicate example of steep-slope, slate rich Mosel terroir. Balanced with a delicate fruitiness to accentuate the regions inherent character. A classic style of Kabinett long forgotten at this price.
White Wine by Robert Hall from Central Coast, California. A vivid straw-green in color, the 2014 Sauvignon Blanc greets the senses with crisp apple and citrus aromas with hints of pear. In the mouth, the wine exhibits bright fruit flavors of grapefruit, lime, apple, lemongrass and pear that echo the aromas. Refreshingly dry and medium-bodied with a rich crisp acidity, wrapped around a mineral core.
White Wine by Ancient Peaks from Central Coast, California. The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc leans into the nose with vivid varietal signatures, including notes of lime zest, grassy herb and gooseberry. The palate is crisp and clean, offering quenching flavors of grapefruit, white peach and green apple. Brisk acidity cascades into a refreshing finish. The pungent liveliness of the 2015 Sauvignon Blanc is a fine match for crab cakes, shrimp pasta in white wine sauce, grilled asparagus, Thai chicken salad, and salmon with lemon and dill.
White Wine by Chalk Hill from Sonoma County, California. The 2015 Sauvignon Blanc showcases pleasant aromas lime blossom, guava, grapefruit and toasted fennel. A balanced wine, it is both crisp and complex with flavors of nectarine, grapefruit zest, and guava on the forefront. It finishes with rich texture and a graceful minerality. Pair this wine with seafood, fresh pastas, or enjoy as an aperitif.
White Wine by Ferrari-Carano from Sonoma County, California. Ferrari-Carano's 2015 Fume Blanc is a delicious wine with aromas and flavors of pink grapefruit, pineapple, lemon grass, lychee, kiwi, honey dew, orange blossom, guava, white peach and lemon-lime with a touch of minerality. This wine has bright acidity and crisp freshness from the cool, stainless steel tank fermentation, while the subtle oak character from neutral French oak barrels adds body, complexity and depth. This Fume Blanc pairs well with simple seafood and poultry dishes, and also holds up nicely with white meats such as veal and pork. This wine has lively flavors that go well with spicy and ethnic cuisines such as Japanese, Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, Korean, Mexican and Southwestern dishes.
White Wine by Smith Story from Rheingau, Germany. This is a fun and everyday drinker. The aromatics are sharp and are loaded with minerals, lean stone fruits, summer herbs and hints of apple skin. The palate shows a nice defined structure that with air, starts to develop in the glass and adds to its length, texture and nervy drive. Bright aromatics of fleshy stone fruit, hints of cool mint along with a fruity and textural mouth feel which just adds to the vibrant mouthwatering finish. This is a good time wine and can be consumed while just kicking around the house doing chores or, at the dinner table during a feast with friends.
White Wine by Ladoucette from Loire, France - regions. Les Deux Tours is produced by Baron Patrick de Ladoucette in the Loire Valley on soils that are mainly limestone with some parcels of flint clay. Baron Patrick is often referred to as The King of the Loire Valley, not solely due to his aristocratic descent, but more so for his contribution to the worldwide recognition and acclaim of this appellation. These beautiful wines originate from a terroir that is known as the Valley of the Kings, which is located along the Loire River, the longest water way in France. This wine has a pale golden-green color and an expressive nose with an exceptional range of grapefruit and citrus fruit with floral aromas. These notes are enhanced and strengthened by the lively acidity on the palate, with plenty of body, richness and, roundness. A smooth finish complements these attributes.
White Wine by Torresella from Veneto, Italy. A dry white wine with a straw yellow hue. It stands out for its finesse and its persistence on the nose and palate; it is elegant and well-balanced, with just a hint of aromatic fruitiness. Excellent as an aperitif, it also goes well with rather elaborate fish recipes.
White Wine by Gamble Family Vineyards from Napa Valley, California. Guava, nectarine and Meyer lemon dominate the aroma. Dry and zingy with great round mouthfeel. Alive with bursts of ripe mango, nectarine and lime together with minerality and a Sauvignon Musque zestiness. Very slight waxy honeycomb on the long focused citrus finish.