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Crisp White Wine

Getting Cozy With Crisp White Wines
There are some days – after a stressful presentation at work, or in the high heat of summer – when a crisp white wine sounds like just the refreshment you need. But while you might know crisp white wine when it’s in your glass, you might not know exactly why it tastes that way. We will help you figure out what makes a white wine crisp so you’ll be able ...more
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2020 Outer Sounds® Sauvignon Blanc

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“Aromatic, Refreshing, Tropical”

$16.99 Regular Price$14.99 Members
2019 Pacificana® Pinot Grigio

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3.9

“Stone Fruit, Easy Drinking, Mineral”

$15.99 Regular Price$13.99 Members
2018 Tres Chic Rosé

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4.1

“Bright, Crisp, Easy Drinking”

$22.99 Regular Price$19.99 Members
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2019 L’Atelier du Sud® Chardonnay

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3.9

“Vibrant, Lean, Organic”

$19.99 Regular Price$17.99 Members
2018 Akoya® Chardonnay

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3.6

“Perfumed, Rich, Aromatic”

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2019 Passarola White Blend

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3.9

“Aromatic, Easy Drinking, Portuguese”

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2019 Pacificana® Rosé

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3.9

“Red Fruit, Quaffable, Easy Drinking”

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2020 Alma Libre® Sauvignon Blanc

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“Tropical, Easy Drinking, Crowd Pleaser”

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2019 Prismus® Pinot Grigio

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3.9

“Bright, Crisp, Easy Drinking”

$17.99 Regular Price$15.99 Members

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Crisp White Wine

You can find crisp white wines by looking for earlier-ripening varieties that are fermented to dryness. These wines will also tend to be from recent vintages, as they aren’t the longest agers. Though red wines can be both dry and high acid, they are not generally considered crisp, so the category belongs to white and sparkling wines (and some lighter rosés). Varieties to try include Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Albariño, ...more