WHITE

White wines offer many variations and are among the most wanted in the world wine scene. They come from a winemaking process called "in white", during which the grapes, which can be white or red, are pressed and the must is immediately separated from the skins. The soft pressing of the grapes causes the extraction of delicate, fine, flowery or fruity aromas, with little presence of tannins. Sometimes white wines have aromatic, balsamic or spicy notes, which offer intense olfactory and gustatory sensatios. They can also be sapid and mineral or present as soft and buttery, following the passage in barrique. They represent in any case a complex and varied range, placing themselves as an expression of their territory.

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