One of the most popular white wines globally, Chardonnay varies in style from oaked to unoaked. Oaked Chardonnay tends to have flavors of vanilla, butter, and toast, while unoaked versions showcase more fruit-forward flavors like green apple and citrus.
Known for its bright acidity and vibrant flavors, Sauvignon Blanc often displays herbaceous notes like grass or green bell pepper, along with citrusy or tropical fruit flavors.
Riesling wines range from bone-dry to very sweet, and they're known for their aromatic profile with notes of flowers, stone fruits, and citrus. They have high acidity, making them versatile for food pairing.
This wine varies in style, from light and crisp to richer and fuller-bodied. It typically offers flavors of green apple, pear, and citrus, sometimes with hints of minerality.
This aromatic wine features floral aromas, lychee, rose petals, and tropical fruit flavors. It tends to have a slight sweetness, balancing its pronounced aromatic profile.
Chenin Blanc wines range from dry to sweet and often showcase flavors of green apple, pear, honey, and sometimes a slightly waxy texture. They can be made into sparkling, dry, or sweet wines.
Known for its perfumed aromatics, Viognier offers flavors of stone fruits like peach and apricot, often accompanied by floral notes. It tends to be full-bodied with moderate acidity.
Moscato wines are typically sweet, light-bodied, and often slightly sparkling. They're known for their floral aroma, peach, apricot, and citrus flavors, making them popular dessert wines.