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white wine

Wine that is made from light-colored grapes and thus is pale yellow in color. Some examples include Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio. What kind of white wine are you serving tonight? I'll have a glass of white wine.
See also: white, wine
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RED WINEMAKING: WHITE WINEMAKING: WHOLE GRAPE vs FERMENTATION OF FERMENTATION JUICE ONLY CRUSH DARK-SKINNED CRUSH GRAPES OF GRAPES ONLY ANY COLOR FERMENT WHOLE GRAPES: PRESS TO SEPARATE CLEAR SKINS, SEEDS, PULP & JUICE FROM GRAPE SOLIDS JUICE PRESS TO SEPARATE WINE FERMENT GRAPE FROM GRAPE SOLIDS JUICE ONLY RED WINES WHITE WINES TASTE STRONGER AND TASTE MILDER AND MORE LIKE GRAPE PEELS MORE LIKE GRAPE JUICE 1-3 3-4 WEEKS vs.
This explains why grapes of any color can be made into a "colorless" white wine, but only grapes with deeply-tinted skins can be used to make a wine dark enough to be called a red wine.
This challenges the notion that red wines, like cabernet sauvignon, merlot, and pinot noir, are better for the heart than white wines, such as chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, and Riesling.
It carries nine white wines by the glass priced from $12 to $25.
TABLE 1: Caloric value, ethanol, and phenolic content of the tested white wines. Ethanol content Caloric value vol % (g/L) kJ/mL Standard wine 13.0 (102.3) 3.04 Polyphenol-rich wine 13.3 (105) 3.12 Total phenolics Flavonoids Nonflavonoids mg GAE/L mg GAE/L mg GAE/L Standard wine 305 [+ or -] 3 * 3 * 302 [+ or -] 2 Polyphenol-rich wine 2850 [+ or -] 35 2477 373 [+ or -] 3 Caloricvalue of tested wines is calculated as the product of ethanol concentration and caloric value of alcohol (29.7 kJ/g).
Total S[O.sub.2] (Table 3) was determined for two reasons, (a) to control its concentration (<200 mg/L for white wines) because wine consumption has been related to various allergic reactions in numerous individuals [28, 29] and (b) to monitor its concentration in wine during HHP treatments because S[O.sub.2] has an antimicrobial and preservative effect on wine.
Comparing the top five white wine varietals and types, and including white Zinfandel because it's consumed like a white wine, Chardonnay held 46% market share by value during the most recent 12 months.
The study is one of the first to look at how different flavor components finish when standing alone or interacting with other compounds in white wines.
Arrowhead Grill will be offering noteworthy red and white wines, like 2009 Hanzell “Sebella” Pinot Noir, known for its fresh fruit flavor that evolves into a balance of acidity and lingering sweetness, and 2008 Radio Coteau Pinot Noir, described as a sexy, expressive wine with the juicy, restrained sweetness of black raspberry, cherry preserves and minerals, rose and licorice.
And, in fact, a few winemakers in the Old World turn some of their Pinot Noir grapes into still white wine. But West Coast vintners are tampering with their recipes with gusto, and bringing on a whole new kind of wine.
The selection of wines at the Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show included both red and white wines.
The white wines of Macon are the simplest expression of the wines of Burgundy, yet they have a freshness and purity of fruit from the terroir that is dominated by the limestone.
Bargylus is amazing -- they have a really nice white wine and their red is very good too.
Fear not, it is still the case, it's just that the experts now reckon there are high levels of what they call "good stuff" in white wines too.