White dry wines are different from other wines in several ways:
- They have less sugar than other wines - up to 3% - and no tannins
- Their 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, to obtain a multifaceted, rich flavor. The most popular white dry wine varieties are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Riesling, with the best wines produced in France (Bordeaux, Burgundy) and Germany (Alsace), along with Australia and New Zealand joining them relatively recently.