Bee Bee's Fine White Wine
Riesling wines are much lighter than a Chardonnay wine. The aromas generally include fresh apples. Riesling wines should have a fresh taste. Riesling wines become tastier with age.
Dry versions go best with fish, poultry & pork dishes.
Pinot Grigio is available in both light & medium body texture. Light bodied Pinot Grigio is crisp with ample fruit flavors. The medium bodied Pinot Grigio is much more complex in fruit flavor. Both light & medium bodied Pinot Grigio wines should have aromas of perfumed pear, apple, lemon & minerals. The taste should consist of pear, crisp apples & lemon citrus flavors.
Light bodied Pinot Grigio goes well with a lighter fair- shellfish / quiche
Medium bodied Pinot Grigio goes well with chicken / white meat
Gewurztraminer has a lively fruity falvor with aromas of rose petal, peach, lychee fruit & allspice. A Gewurztraminer is not as refreshing as other types of dry white wine.
Ideal for sipping with Asian foods / pork / grilled sausages.
Chardonnay is often wider bodied than other types of dry white wine. Chardonnay offers a rich citrus flavor. Fermentation in new oak barrels adds a buttery tone with hints of vanilla, toast, toffee & coconut. Chardonnay has a lovely creaminess mixed with the the above flavors has a taste all its own.
Chardonnay is best Paired with fish or chicken dishes.
Generally lighter than Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc has a herbal character suggesting bell pepper or freshly mown grass. The dominating flavor ranges from sour green fruits such as apple, pear, gooseberry, but can also display tropical flavors of melon, mango & black currant. Quality unoaked Sauvignon Blancs will display smokey qualities. They must have bright aromas & a strong acidy finish. Grapes are best grown in cool climates.
Sauvignon Blanc is a versatile food wine great with seafood / chicken / salad