White Wine by Albert Bichot from Burgundy, France - regions. This Macon Villages has a lovely pale straw yellow robe. The nose exhales beautiful acacia and honeysuckle floral notes on a slightly mineral background. The mouth is lively, fruity and floral with a refreshing finale. With a meal, this white Macon village will beautifully match shellfish, seafood and white meats. Savour it with scallops with hazelnut, creamed chicken or with stuffed peppers. As for cheese, we suggest dry cheese such as gruyere or goudas. Equally good with fruit or chocolate-based desserts.
White Wine by Grayson Cellars from California. Brilliantly ripe and shows bright, brisk acidity and good minerality with notes of pineapple and apricot. The palate offers green apple fruit with a crisp finish showing gentle hints of apple pie and vanilla flavors.
White Wine by Keller Estate from Sonoma County, California. The wine is fermented in stainless steel and once primary fermentation has finished, it is racked to neutral barrels for 8 months prior to bottling. It does not undergo malolactic fermentation enhancing the bright citrus appeal of this wine. On the nose, floral notes, green apple, tropical fruit, and earthy minerality dominate with similar qualities on the palate.
White Wine by Chateau de Beauregard from Burgundy, France - regions. The young wines evoke the white fruits like pear, peach, the white flowers. The wine is fresh, mineral and balanced with a honey and grapefruit final. Getting older, the aromas become more complex and dense, a little buttery, toasted and dry fruit hints, with still this honey unctuousness.