Top White Wines
- Top White Wines
- 1. Château de Chamboureau, Savennières Cuvée d'Avant (2002)
- 2. Fairleigh Estate Sauvignon Blanc (2008)
- 3. Argyle Willamette Valley Brut (1999)
- 4. Cono Sur Gewürztraminer (2007)
- 5. Moscatel de Valencia (2008)
- 6. Louis Jadot Mâcon Azé (2007)
- 7. Errázuriz Max Reserva Chardonnay (2007)
- 8. Framingham Classic Riesling (2007)
- 9. Schramsberg California Blanc de Noirs Brut (2000)
- 10. Clotilde Davenne Sauvignon Saint-Bris (2007)
The long history of wine existence testifies to its importance to man and civilization. White wine has always been a means of pleasure, relaxation, companionship and inspiration. White wine itself symbolizes style and refinement. Top 10 white wines, will not be a wrong choice, whether you choose them to start your day, pair them with a meal, or consume them with a dessert. They will take you to a whole new world, the world of sophisticated flavors and continuous enjoyment.
Château de Chamboureau, Savennières Cuvée d'Avant (2002)
Coming from France’s Loire Valley, this Chenin Blanc seduces by its complex, yet delicate combination of flavors of honeyed fruit and dry, biscuity taste on the finish. Chenin Blanc is one of the least famous white wine grapes. From the place of its origin it has been transferred all over the world, and has been used for all styles of white wine: table wines, sparkling wines, dessert wines… Typical flavor characteristics of Chenin Blanc include: peach honey, marzipan, and quince jelly though so-called South African dry style (Steen wines ), often offers tropical fruit notes, such as pineapple and guava.
Fairleigh Estate Sauvignon Blanc (2008)
Wine lovers are completely seduced by this wine. It is convenient both for relaxing at the picnic, celebrating with friends and family, and, it is also a perfect birthday present.
Argyle Willamette Valley Brut (1999)
What makes this wine so charming and unique is its specific aroma, and flavor of ripe-golden apple fruit and citrus.
Cono Sur Gewürztraminer (2007)
Any wine admirer will be charmed by this aromatic and fresh wine from the Bio-Bio valley. Its delicate taste perfectly fits your senses, as well as your pocket. Being fresh with hints of spices , it’s a good choice for accompanying dishes like sushi and fried calamari, but it can also be an aperitif wine.
Moscatel de Valencia (2008)
The vineyards of eastern Spain bring us a 100% muscatel dessert wine, a rarity that really tastes like grapes. This light sweet wine ,with grapey and floral flavors , and a lemon finish is great for refreshment, and it absolutely couples all the desserts and fruit.
Louis Jadot Mâcon Azé (2007)
A high–quality, oak-free , cool-fermented in stainless steel, 100 percent chardonnay originates from the village of Azé in the Mâconnais. Its gold deep appearance and rich fruity flavors make it refreshing and easy to drink, and to combine with food, especially a salad.
Errázuriz Max Reserva Chardonnay (2007)
This exclusive wine of a specific taste of butter , rich ripe fruit, and vanilla is an ideal match for fresh scampi or skate wing and capers.
Framingham Classic Riesling (2007)
This sophisticated wine is a must for any Riesling lover. It comes from 30-year-old vines in Marlborough in New Zealand's South Island. Its rich fruit and juicy acidity , with a hint of mandarin and ginger , and a dry finish makes it a good aperitif, and great pair for the meal, as well.
Schramsberg California Blanc de Noirs Brut (2000)
A perfect combination of fruit flavors makes this wine an object of adulation around the world.
Clotilde Davenne Sauvignon Saint-Bris (2007)
This Sauvignon Blanc from the country of chardonnay (Chablis region ) comes from the village of Saint-Bris-le-Vineaux, where Sauvignon is the only grape allowed, unlike Chardonnay and Aligoté, which are usual for Burgundy. Its style is delightfully crispy and mineral with a lemony cut and apple flavor. Its perfect match is seafood.