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At WineExpress.com, we have an exhaustive selection of white wine. Our team of experts has carefully handpicked each bottle, and we’re confident that there’s something to suit every palate and budget.
If Chardonnay is your thing, we’ve got everything from unoaked California Chard to the rich Premier Cru and Grand Cru wines of Burgundy. There’s no shortage of Sauvignon Blanc, either, and we’ve got top bottles from Sancerre, Marlborough and California ready to go. We’ve got Riesling from all over, whether you’re looking to purchase a domestic bottle from the Finger Lakes or something further afield like Rheingau or Mosel. We’ve also taken our pick of Pinot Grigio – or Pinot Gris, if you prefer – and there’s some serious choice at our online shop, whether it’s Italian, American or German.
If that’s not all quite enough, we’ve got plenty of lesser-known varietals from around the world, ready to be shipped to your door. Why not try some Vidal, Torrontés or Fiano? If you really can’t make up your mind on a grape variety, you can always compromise with one of our white blends!
Chardonnay is a versatile grape. In its native Burgundy, it produces the world’s finest whites, from steely Chablis to the rich and age-worthy Grand Cru wines of the Côte de Beaune. California Chardonnay has a style all its own and often has rich, full-bodied characteristics. You don’t need to spend a fortune for this rich, full-bodied wine, though. Whether you prefer a flavor profile that’s citrusy, buttery or earthy, browse our online selection for examples from Australia, Chile, South Africa and New Zealand, among other countries.
An international favorite, Sauvignon Blanc produces wonderfully aromatic dry whites in France, New Zealand and beyond. In France, Sauvignon Blanc is the sole ingredient of Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé, the flinty and pungent classics from the Loire Valley. White Bordeaux wine has its fair share of Sauvignon, too, and reaches its apex in the Pessac-Léognan region. Its adopted home is surely New Zealand, particularly in the Marlborough region. You’ll find great Sauvignon Blanc from Rueda, California and Chile, to mention just a few.
Riesling has long been a favorite of sommeliers and others within the wine trade, and is often underrated and undervalued. A highly aromatic variety, dry Riesling tends to be steely and refreshing with plenty of minerality. There is plenty of world-class sweet and off-dry Riesling on the market, too. The grape is cultivated in many regions throughout the world, and among its key regions are Alsace, Germany, Austria and parts of the USA including Oregon, Washington State and the Finger Lakes.
Pinot Grigio is known for its easy-drinking, neutral and uncomplicated style. There is more to the Pinot Grigio grape than you’ll find in these inexpensive bottles, such as those from Veneto in Italy. The Friuli and Alto Adige regions are known to produce a richer style of Pinot Grigio with considerably more aromatic character. In France, the grape is known as Pinot Gris. In Alsace, the Pinot Gris tends to be fuller in body than the Italian style.