Originating from Italy, Vermentino produces crisp and refreshing white wines with citrus and floral notes. It's also grown in other regions like France and Spain.
Hailing from the Galicia region of Spain and Portugal, Albariño wines are known for their bright acidity, citrus flavors, and a characteristic hint of salinity.
This Greek white wine comes from the island of Santorini. Assyrtiko is known for its high acidity, minerality, and flavors of citrus, green apple, and a unique volcanic character.
A signature grape of Austria, Gruner Veltliner produces wines with a crisp acidity, green apple, citrus, and white pepper notes. It's a versatile wine that pairs well with various dishes.
Hailing from Spain's Rueda region, Verdejo wines are aromatic with notes of tropical fruits, citrus, and herbs. They are often crisp and refreshing.
This Italian white wine, also known as Tocai Friulano, is grown in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. It offers a medium-bodied palate with flavors of almonds, citrus, and stone fruits.
A white grape variety originating from the Rhône Valley in France, Marsanne produces full-bodied wines with flavors of ripe pear, almond, and sometimes a hint of honey.
This white wine from the Languedoc region in France is known for its bright acidity, citrus notes, and a characteristic saline quality. It's a great choice for seafood pairings.