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A light and refreshing white dry wine is always elegant and appropriate: at official meetings, family celebrations, romantic dinners. It has a variety of varieties and shades of flavor, which the best brands in Europe and the New World are proud of. In the catalogVi.Wineyou can find the perfect drink for you: sour or neutral, richly flavored or simple and unobtrusive, aged or young.

Dry white wines have less sugar than other wines - up to 3%, they also have no tannins. The strength varies from 9 to 11%. The color ranges from clear, light green to golden straw. Not only white varieties of grapes are suitable for production, but also reds. The shades of golden-green spectrum are obtained thanks to the technology, which involves using only the pulp of berries without peel.
After harvesting the grapes, the fresh fruit is briefly sent to the press, thus obtaining the fruit profile. The next step is fermentation, always at a low temperature, in order to obtain a multifaceted, rich flavor.
The most popular varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Riesling; the best wines are produced in France (Bordeaux, Burgundy) and Germany (Alsace), with Australia and New Zealand joining them relatively recently.

This category of wine is characterized by a floral or fruity aroma, sometimes with slight spicy notes. The peculiarity of white dry wine is that it is most fragrant when it is young. In those regions where it is traditionally aged in wooden barrels, the price of young wine is higher than that of aged wine. If you keep it in barrels for too long, it loses its original flavor and its color darkens.
Bottled varieties are not subject to desalinization: glass is inert, and corks for such containers are made very thick (the thicker, the longer the bottle will be stored). The cork indicates the year of harvest, the varietal name, the producer and the country. The choice of dry white wines in different price categories is now impressive - you can order and buy exquisite varieties from the comfort of your home.
You can tell a lot about the taste by the color of the wine: an expressive sheen and faint color indicate sourness, golden to amber hues indicate maturity, and greenish hues on the other hand indicate youth. White dry wines are almost never tart.

The subtle flavor and lightness of the wine is combined with cheese with a rich characteristic flavor. The classic pairing is with fish or seafood. There is an exception: white dry wine is not served with oysters, it harmonizes only with "seafood" that has been heat-treated. Very acidic varieties are good with oily fish. Dry white wine is served with dietary white meat: chicken, turkey, young veal.
The serving temperature affects the taste: too cold will seem more sour, while warm will bring out the strength and astringency. It is optimal to chill to 8-12 degrees, higher than for fortified wines and lower than for sweet wines. For white dry wine, the glasses are medium-sized, slightly tapered at the top, in the form of a bell.