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Our white wines

Like white wine? Then you're on the right page! Vinatis offers a huge selection of white wines for all tastes! Every bottle has been blind tasted and selected by our expert Sommeliers. Dry, sweet, or sparkling: no matter which white wine you like the most, we have it!

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White Wine / France / Burgundy wine / Bouzeron AOC / 12,5 % vol / 100% Aligoté

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Victim Of Its Own Success
24,67 € / L

White Wine / France / Loire / Muscadet Sèvre et Maine AOC / 12 % vol / 100% Melon de Bourgogne

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White Wine / France / Provence wine / Méditerranée IGP / 13 % vol / 100% Rolle

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White Wine / France / Bordeaux wine / Bordeaux AOC / 12,5 % vol

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White Wine / France / Languedoc wine / Côtes du Roussillon AOC / 13 % vol

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White Wine / Austria / Wachau / Wachau DAC / 13,5 % vol / 100% Grüner Veltliner

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White Wine / Spain / Galicia / Rias Baixas DO / 13 % vol / 100% Albarino

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White Wine / France / South West France / Côtes de Gascogne IGP / 11 % vol

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White wines Grape varieties

From Chardonnay to Sauvignon Blanc

Have you always wanted to know everything about white wine? Here you will find the most important facts at a glance. White wine is produced by the fermentation of grapes. You might think that only yellow to green grapes are used for white wine, but this is a mistake. Grey and even red grapes can also be used. In the production of white wine, the juice of the berries is pressed early, which prevents the skin of the grapes from discolouring the wine. This is because the colour pigments are found almost exclusively in the skin.

The best known grapes varieties used in the production of white wines are those listed below:

  • Muscat Blanc: This is a whole family of grape varieties, but the most popular among them is the Muscat Blanc à petits grains. What characterizes this family of grape varieties is its fruity aroma (grapefruit, musk, table grapes, etc.). It is mainly found in Alsace, Italy, Australia...
  • Riesling: Depending on its terroir, it can give different types of wine. Riesling has a strong perfume. The main aromas are lemon, cinnamon, kerosene, linden... It is mainly found in Alsace and Germany where it is considered the noblest grape variety, in Spain, Canada and America.
  • Sauvignon: It is a grape variety cultivated worldwide. Two of the best white wines in the world are made with this variety. It has aromas of herbs, green fruits, mint and apple.
  • Gewurztraminer: It is a grape variety that is distinguished by its strong aromaticity. One can distinguish pineapple, lychee, nutmeg and rose aromas. It is also found in Austria, Germany, and Canada.
  • Chardonnay: It is the grape variety of reference in the manufacture of dry white wine. It has several aromas: peach, butter, citrus, lychee, and pear. Throughout the world, the white wines of Burgundy and the Loire Valley are a reference. This grape variety is also found in South Africa, Canada, Australia, Italy and other countries.

THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF WHITE WINE

Sweet wines: Sweet wines are wines with a lower sugar content than sweet botrytized wines. They are made from ripe grapes with a late harvest. Sweet wines go very well with foie gras, for example. A hillside of the layon is an example of sweet white wine.

Botrytized weet wines: These are wines with a high sugar content, about 40 to 50 g/L. In its production, the producer adds water and grey rot. This will result in the ripening of the grapes.

Fruity dry white wines: Dry white wines are dry wines with fruit aromas, sweet to the palate. We can take the example of the Alsatian Gewurztraminer.

Powerful dry white wines: These are dry white wines matured in large oak barrels. The taste is intense.

Light dry whites: These are lighter and more delicate wines with a fine citrus aroma.

SOME OF THESE WHITE WINES

From sparkling wine to dessert wine, dry wines and sweet wines

The good thing about white wine is that there's one for every taste. In addition to dry, semi-dry and sweet wines, there are also sweet and noble dessert wines and sparkling wines for wine lovers. A true wine paradise.

Among the sparkling wines are the world-famous French Champagne, Prosecco, Spanish Cava, German sparkling wine, and so on. The dry white wines have a low residual sugar content, while the vines of the dessert wines continue to ripen to noble rot and have a particularly high residual sugar content. Mould, or grey mould, causes the grapes to over-ripen, releasing aromas of heavenly honey. At Vinatis, you will find a selection of Sauternes, Tokaj and other wines to enjoy as always.

Discover our selection of dry white wines from France, Italy, Spain, Austria, but also from New Zealand, Chile and Australia. From fruity, light and lively, racy and full-bodied to very aromatic.

WHITE WINES FOR DINNER

From sparkling wine to dessert wine, dry wines and sweet wines

Because of the different styles and the residual sugar content, it is important to always pair the right white wine with your meal. White wines are often light and fruity and therefore go well with fish and seafood. Pearly sparkling wines go well with mussels, while a good champagne is of course suitable for an aperitif or dessert. Dessert wines not only go well with delicious desserts but also go wonderfully with cheese. White wine is also appreciated by all chefs as a flavour enhancer.