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White wine is always in the background, which does not give it the prominence it deserves. But white wine has a range of characteristics and a touch of complexity that other wines do not have. White wines can age for years and be spectacular. They can be versatile in taste and style to suit at any occasion and time of the year and, if you choose the right ones, they can be paired with even the most elaborate meals from beginning to end. So why not take a look at our white wine selection and discover all the secrets and sensations they contain.

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Enate Chardonnay 234 2020

A fresh, unctuous white with hints of ripe white fruit and exotic fruits

Spain   D.O. Somontano (Aragón)

Enate Chardonnay 234 2020
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Price €9.10
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Price per litre: €12.13
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K-Naia 2020

Refreshing and joyful vivacity

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

K-Naia 2020
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Price €5.60
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Price per litre: €7.47

Circe Verdejo 2020

A unique Verdejo with a sparkling touch

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Circe Verdejo 2020
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Price €9.30
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Price per litre: €12.40

Enate Gewürztraminer 2020

An aromatic, fresh and elegant wine

Spain   D.O. Somontano (Aragón)

Enate Gewürztraminer 2020
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Freyé Parellada Muscat 2020

Perellada and Muscat - balanced, fresh and persistent

Spain   D.O. Penedès (Catalonia)

Freyé Parellada Muscat  2020
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Price €6.95
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Naia 2020

Expressive and jovial Verdejo

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Naia 2020
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Price €8.10
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Price per litre: €10.80
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Basa 2020

A fresh and honest white wine from Telmo Rodríguez

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Basa 2020
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Price €7.75
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Price per litre: €10.33
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Terras Gauda 2020

Intensely Albariño

Spain   D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia)

Terras Gauda 2020
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Price €13.15
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Price per litre: €17.53
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El Grifo Malvasía Colección Seco 2020

Aromatic Malvasía with a marked volcanic character

Spain   D.O. Lanzarote (Canary Islands)

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Pere Punyetes Blanc 2020

A fruity and pleasant white

Spain   D.O. Penedès (Catalonia)

Pere Punyetes Blanc 2020
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Price €6.30
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Price per litre: €8.40

Finca La Colina Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Maximum varietal expression from old vines

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

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San Valentín 2020

A semi-sweet white with aromatic intensity and moderate alcohol content

Spain   D.O. Catalunya (Catalonia)

San Valentín 2020
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Price €5.50
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S-Naia 2020

Young, fresh and explosive

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

S-Naia 2020
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Price €7.40
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Price per litre: €9.87
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Mas Candí Baudili Blanc 2020

A natural vegan Macabeo-Xarel·lo from Penedés

Spain   Penedès (Catalonia)

Mas Candí Baudili Blanc 2020
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Price €8.90
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Majuelo del Chiviritero 2018

A meaty, complex and fresh estate Verdejo

Spain   VT Castilla-León (Castilla y León)

Majuelo del Chiviritero 2018
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Enate Chardonnay 234 Magnum 2019

A fresh, unctuous white with hints of ripe white fruit and exotic fruits

Spain   D.O. Somontano (Aragón)

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La Trucha 2020

An agile and refreshing Albariño

Spain   D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia)

La Trucha 2020
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Price €12.20
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Price per litre: €16.27

Legaris Verdejo 2020

Fruity explosion and floral elegance

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Legaris Verdejo 2020
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José Pariente Verdejo 2020

A quality Verdejo from one of the leading wineries in Rueda

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

José Pariente Verdejo 2020
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Price €9.70
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Martín Codax Albariño 2020

Young and bright Albariño from Salnés

Spain   D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia)

Martín Codax Albariño 2020
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Sanz Verdejo 2020

A young and fruity Verdejo

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Sanz Verdejo 2020
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Price €7.35
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Price per litre: €9.80
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The Flower and the Bee 2020

A white with delicious youth

Spain   D.O. Ribeiro (Galicia)

The Flower and the Bee 2020
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Price €9.20
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Plácet Valtomelloso 2020

Meaty and distinctive Viura

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

Plácet Valtomelloso 2020
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Ramón Bilbao Verdejo 2020

The first white wine from Bodegas Ramón Bilbao

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Ramón Bilbao Verdejo 2020
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Price €6.60
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Viña Mayor Verdejo 2020

Pleasant and refreshing Verdejo that gives a lot for very little

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Viña Mayor Verdejo 2020
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Price €6.10
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Price per litre: €8.13
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Paco & Lola 2020

Delicious youth

Spain   D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia)

Paco & Lola 2020
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O Luar do Sil Godello 2020

The purity of the Godello variety

Spain   D.O. Valdeorras (Galicia)

O Luar do Sil Godello 2020
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Botani Moscatel Old Vines 2019

A very floral white

Spain   D.O. Málaga-Sierras de Málaga (Andalusia)

Botani Moscatel Old Vines 2019
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Saltimbanqui 2020

Young, straightforward and very bright

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Saltimbanqui 2020
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Price €7.80
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Price per litre: €10.40

Bermejo Malvasía Seco 2020

A volcanic Malvasía in its purest state

Spain   D.O. Lanzarote (Canary Islands)

Bermejo Malvasía Seco 2020
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El Perro Verde 2020

A trendy Verdejo

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

El Perro Verde 2020
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Price €10.15
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Barco del Corneta 2018

One of the best Verdejos on the market

Spain   VT Castilla-León (Castilla y León)

Barco del Corneta 2018
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Javier Sanz Verdejo 2020

Perfect to drink at any time

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Javier Sanz Verdejo 2020
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Price €9.30
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Campo Viejo Blanco Semidulce 2020

A Viura white wine for those with a sweet tooth

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

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Price €4.85
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Rebels de Batea Blanc 2019

Spain   D.O. Terra Alta (Catalonia)

Rebels de Batea Blanc 2019
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Price €9.15
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Quinta Apolonia 2020

Sparkling barrel-aged Verdejo

Spain   VT Castilla-León (Castilla y León)

Quinta Apolonia 2020
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Abadía San Campio 2020

Energetic and very lively Albariño

Spain   D.O. Rías Baixas (Galicia)

Abadía San Campio 2020
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Martivillí Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Fragrant temptation

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

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Viña Pomal Blanco 2020

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

Viña Pomal Blanco 2020
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Vulcano Malvasía Seco 2020

Aromatic and mineral volcanic Malvasía

Spain   D.O. Lanzarote (Canary Islands)

Vulcano Malvasía Seco 2020
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Torres Verdeo 2020

A Verdejo with the guarantee of Bodegas Torres

Spain   D.O. Rueda (Castilla y León)

Torres Verdeo 2020
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Barón de Ley 3 Viñas Blanco Reserva 2018

A white Rioja like they always have been

Spain   D.O.Ca. Rioja (La Rioja)

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White wine production

White wine is made in such a way that means either white or red grapes can be used. This is why there are blanc de blancs and blanc de noirs, with most in the first group. Both are produced in a similar way. The main difference is that those made with red grapes must not be macerated with the grape skins, because that would produce a rosé or red wine instead of a white. The blanc de blancs can go through a light maceration to give the wine more body and varietal aromas.

Firstly, to make the must, the grapes can be destemmed and then pressed or simply pressed whole with the stalks. The latter method provides higher quality white wine. Then, for a clean fermentation, free from unwanted aromas, the must is racked, keeping it at a low temperature in isothermal tanks to get rid of all impurities, residue and sediment. Once the must is clean, it is ready to ferment. Fermentation can be carried out in various types of containers: stainless steel tanks, foudres, barrels and amphoras, with stainless steel being the most widely used.

Another important factor that differentiates white wine production from that of reds is temperature control. In general, white wines are expected to be fresh and fruity, whereas these characteristics are not usually as important in reds, if they are not young and intended for rapid consumption. This is why white wine usually ferments at a relatively low temperature, at around 15-17ºC. This low temperature during fermentation is what creates and preserves the grape’s fruity aromas.

Once the wine is fermented, it can be aged on its lees to give it more complexity and creaminess. Finally, before bottling, it is stabilised and filtered to different extents depending on the producer.

White wine history

People say there is proof that white wine was already being made more than 7,500 years ago in modern day Iran. It is also thought to have been made in Mesopotamia and different parts of the Middle East. Later the Greeks and the Romans also cultivated vines. They were responsible for spreading production throughout the Mediterranean. It was mostly red wine being produced, but there is evidence that white wine was also made. Then, following the fall of the Roman Empire, the Catholic Church was in charge of maintaining the vineyards as well as preserving and expanding the knowledge of viticulture. It was not until the modern era and the industrial revolution that white wine became available to everyone. Advances in technology and understanding of microbiology made it possible to produce more and make white wine available to most people.

White wine classification

Generally speaking, white wine can be classified by different criteria. By type of grape used, by sugar content or by production and aging methods:

By grape type:

This classification is in place because grape varieties can also be classified by the quantity and intensity of their aromatic components. Just like we distinguish between neutral and aromatic grapes, white wines can also be classified this way.

Neutral wines: made with neutral grapes. However, if they are young wines they can give off fresh and fruity aromas generated during fermentation. Some examples of neutral grapes are: Chardonnay, Macabeo, Garnacha Blanca, Airén.

Aromatic wines: made by the vinification of aromatic grapes. The most aromatic grapes are those in the Muscat group. Other aromatic grapes are the Albariño, Malvasía, Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Godello and Sauvignon Blanc.

By sugar content:

-Dry:

-Off-dry: 5 to 15 gr / l.

-Semi-dry: 15 to 30 gr / l.

-Semi-sweet: 30 to 50 gr / l.

-Sweet: >50 gr / l.

By production or aging method:

-Young wines: white wines that have not been aged. These are usually fresh and fruity with a good aromatic intensity. They are meant to be enjoyed straight away, but some do develop very well in the bottle over time.

-Barrel-fermented or barrel-aged wines: after fermentation the wine ages in a barrel. During this time, the wine gains complexity, body and tertiary aromas, like toasted, caramelised and mellow aromas.

-Wines aged on lees: This can be done in all kinds of containers. Aging on lees involves leaving the wine in contact with some of the yeasts from the fermentation process to give the liquid body, structure and creaminess.

Fortified wines: these are wines that have been through oxidative or biological aging and topped up with wine alcohol. Sherry wines are the most well-known in this group.

Leading white wine producers

There are many Spanish producers we could talk about. In fact, 49% of Spanish vineyards are planted with white varieties. There are many producers using these grapes to make really interesting wines. Here are a few examples:

Martín Códax and their Albariños, and the wines from Pazo de Señorans in Rías Baixas, Galicia. José Pariente with his Verdejos and Sauvignon Blanc from Rueda, and Menade. Garnacha Blanca wines from LaFou in Terra Alta, and Bàrbara Forés. There is the white Muga from La Rioja and the floral Gessamí from Gramona as well as the Xarel·lo from Can Sumoi in Penedès.

From France it is worth mentioning Louis Latour, Joseph Drouhin and Louis Jadot and their creamy Burgundy Chardonnay. There is also the Loire Valley Sauvignon Blanc by Francois Croche and Domaine Landron. The Riesling and Gewürztraminer wines from Alsace by Bott Geyl and Trimbach.

Finally, from Germany we should mention the Moselle Riesling by Dr. Loosen, Markus Molitor and A. J. Adam, and the fresh and floral wines by Pfalz Villa Wolf and Koehler Ruprecht.

White wine tasting and pairing

It is clear to see that white wines can be very diverse with many variables. This makes them very versatile, and means that depending on their style and characteristics, they can be perfectly paired with many different dishes or even enjoyed as an aperitif.

Generally, the most floral and fruity wines are perfect as aperitifs, or for enjoying with fish, seafood, rice and pasta, as well as more exotic oriental and spicy foods.

Finally, those that are creamier and with more body pair perfectly with oily fish and lightly cured cheeses, and the most structured whites can even handle chicken, turkey and other white meats.

So, we can see that white wines are complex and varied and can be paired with many different types of dishes and enjoyed on almost any occasion. Which would you choose?