White French wines are made from grapes such as Muscadel, Sauternes, Chablis, Sauvignon Blanc, and Semillon. They are drinks with pronounced notes of apples in the bouquet. They are characterized by lively energy and invigorating freshness. The aftertaste of white wines is usually light and pleasantly citrusy. The young white wines have notes of hay, clover, citrus and apples. More mature drinks have hints of oak, almonds and nuts, while full-bodied ones will delight you with notes of violets, toffee, mango and apricots. We recommend tasting white French wines from Burgundy, Bordeaux and Alsace. Dry drinks are served with caviar, fish, chicken, fruit and chocolate, and semi-sweet ones with croissants, cinnamon buns, soft and medium cheeses.