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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.
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HDL ("good") cholesterol levels in creased in the red wine drinkers--but not the white wine drinkers--compared to those who got water.
Since white wines are traditionally more popular in summer than red, Wines & Vines looked at white wine varietals for this month's off-premise report, and especially the white wine that is the top-selling varietal overall: Chardonnay.
Pino grigio is the white wine most often associated with Italy, but Carroll has seen a slight downturn in request for the varietal.
In the white wine category, Best International Business Class White Wine was Albert Bichot Saint-Veran 2011, France, submitted by All Nippon Airways.
com)-- One of Creative Danes' best sellers, the beautiful Coolbreather Carafe by Menu is designed to integrate the actual aeration of the white wine as part of the sensation of enjoying refreshed white wine.
Put the white wine, vinegar and shallots into a saucepan and slowly reduce to a syrup ?
The White Wine Coq au Vin (January, page 100) was fantastic
Add the white wine, vinegar, cream and chives into the pan and heat gently for 2-3 minutes.
Preheat oven to 180C/350F/Gas Mark 4 Place the white wine, white wine vinegar and one of the sliced shallots in a large saucepan, then bring to the boil for ten minutes and reduce by half.
A 2000 Santa Barbara pinot gris from Epiphany Cellars snagged the white wine with cheese and crackers gold medal, while the white named as best with vegetable salad was gold medal winner Cottonwood Canyon, again for a 2000 chardonnay, this time its estate bottle.
The name translated from the Spanish and Italian languages represents cultures that have most influenced Lambert's life and cheesemaking essentially means "white on white," a reference to the white wine wash and the ultimate creamy white interior paste.
Add the white wine and simmer until reduced by half, about three minutes.
The polyphenol content of the white wine still was just a quarter of the amount in red wine.
Dr Michael Aviram and his team in Haifa increased the level of polyphenols in the white wine by extracting more of them from the grape skin during processing.
Unlike the red wine, the white wine contained sulfur dioxide as a preservative, and thiamine destruction proved proportional to the amount of sulfur dioxide used.