White wine

There are two ways to make white wine, using white grapes or red grapes.

The white grape, which by the way is not white but rather green, yellow or golden, basically all grapes that are not dark red or reddish-blue, make white wine. The red grape, on the other hand, is at first glance red but its juice is white, so by pressing these grapes we obtain the precious white juice at the exit of the press to elaborate white wine. Few white wines are made from red grapes, they are called "blanc de noir".

There are several styles of still white wines, dry and fresh, dry and full-bodied and with an oak aroma, semi-dry or sweet.

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