Which White Wine Is Best For You?

This post goes out to all you white wine lovers. The people who have been there with white wines since day one. The brave savants who identify with our anthem, “started from Moscato now we are here.” This is our swan song. We’ll admit, we weren’t always so well versed on the variety of white wines. But one day we woke up, took a long hard look at myself in the mirror, and decided I couldn’t live in ignorance anymore. Here’s how to find “Mr. White” (Wine): 


  • Regions: Australia, France, Canada, California
  • Flavors: Green Apple, Pineapple, Lemon
  • Aromas: Vanilla, Smoke, Pear
  • Fun Fact: In the 1930s, 40s, and 50s, Chardonnay was called “Pinot Chardonnay” because people thought it was related to Pinot Noir.


  • Regions: Italy, Spain, Portugal, France
  • Flavors: Orange Blossom, Peach, Apricot
  • Aromas: Passionfruit, Jasmine, Citrus
  • Fun Fact: Every hour, an average of 250 people are tweeting about Moscato!

Pinot Grigio

  • Regions: Italy, Washington State, California, Australia
  • Flavors: Green Apple, Lemon, Melon
  • Aromas: Lime, Pear, Mineral
  • Fun Fact: The Pinot Grigio grape is actually a mutation of the Pinot Noir Grape, which is red. 


  • Regions: Germany, Washington State, Oregon, California
  • Flavors: Apricot, Peach, Green Apple
  • Aromas: Honeysuckle, Ginger, Rubber
  • Fun Fact: Riesling is rarely ever aged in oak barrels. Those wineries do everything for a ‘rieslin’ I guess.

Sauvignon Blanc

  • Regions: France, New Zealand, California
  • Flavors: Grapefruit, Melon, Spice
  • Aromas: Grass, Citrus, Smoke
  • Fun Fact: A good tell of a Sauvignon Blanc is a botanic/perfumed scent



Bright Cellars

Our staff is full of passionate wine lovers. With our amazing sommeliers at the helm, we’ve been schooled on all things wine. We came together to write this article, in hopes of spreading a little wine-ducation with you.

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