First things first - why is "white" wine, not white at all, but yellow, golden or straw-like in color? It's color can be derived from an assortment of grape varietals. White wines are made from the grape juice and grape skin of green, gold or yellowish colored grapes or from just the juice (not the skin) of select red grapes (as in some Champagnes). Check out our wide selection of white wine products below.
Dry white wine fermented in oak barrels. This white wine has hints of
butter and vanilla.
Also from the Chardonnay grape, this wine retains the fruit flavors of
the grape. Sinfully White has a crisp, light, clean and un-oaked flavor.
A delicious, light, semi-sweet white wine with hints of apricots. Riesling
is perfect for any occasion.
- An elegant, floral aroma followed by a slight spiciness, with honey
and apricot flavors. Traminette pairs very well with Asian foods, poultry
Fruity, tropical aromas and flavors from our own vineyards.
- A delightful sensation of lush ripe tropical fruit balanced by a crisp
acidity. This off-dry wine pairs well with spicy foods or sushi.
Hanky Panky Pink
- Slightly sweetened made from the Catawba grape with a more citrus
Mad Cow – This
delightful white wine is sweet with a fresh grapey aroma.
*** Some of the information above is credited to Stacy Slinkard.