Dry Whites

Dry White wines have less sugar. It also means that there is more alcohol. Dry and medium dry whites, with there crisp and energizing acidity, make them a natural complement to many foods.Many people favor dry whites over any other type of wine.

Wines like Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Riesling are produced around the world, and wine drinke...

Dry White wines have less sugar. It also means that there is more alcohol. Dry and medium dry whites, with there crisp and energizing acidity, make them a natural complement to many foods.Many people favor dry whites over any other type of wine.

Wines like Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, and Riesling are produced around the world, and wine drinkers value them for their crisp flavors and easy ability to pair with foods. You can drink dry whites any time of year, but they are especially refreshing during the warm months of summer. With so many varieties of dry white wine, there's a white that suits almost any palate.

Don't let the term "dry" intimidate you. While dry whites have little sweetness, most are very accessible. They are especially wonderful when chilled to the correct temperature and served with foods that complement their flavors and aromas. If you're new to wine, seek expert advice from restaurant staff or the local wine shop, who can steer you to some of the best dry white wines available.

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