White Wine Descriptions
Chardonnay: Medium to full-bodied white wine with crisp fruit flavors of apple and pear combined with citrus aromas and hints of spice and vanilla. Pair with creamy sauces or chicken dishes for a perfect pairing.
Riesling: The flagship wine of Germany. Riesling is at first sweet and acidic but balances out with honey flavors and a significant minerality. Riesling is great for pairing with spicy Asian cuisines or rich foods like pork.
Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris: Best described as light, dry and refreshing with crisp fruit flavors like apple or pear. Best paired with seafood, specifically shellfish.
Sauvignon Blanc: A light, dry and crisp white wine with citrus notes and grassy aromas. Tastes great with grilled chicken or vegetables, and pairs perfectly with scallops or other shellfish.