MANY THINK that the best wines are red. I need to confess that I myself prefer to drink red most of the time, but whenever you have a sip of a refreshing and crisp white, you cannot resist the tropical fruits, vanilla, white flowers and floral notes of the nice white wines. I have a friend that always brings a white Burgundy to any dinner just to start and then turns to red wine for the rest of the evening. There's a white for every taste; a sweet, flowery Riesling for a delicate white fish, buttery and pineapple-noted Chardonnay for grilled seafood, a light grapefruit like Sauvignon Blanc with Brie cheese and of course, an elegant white Burgundy for a sophisticated white meat dish.
Here are some of the best whites I've been trying recently:
Dr. Heidemanns-Bergweiler Bernkasteler alte Badstube am Doctorberg 2014
Region: Mosel, Germany Varietal: Reisling (Spatlese) Price: $29 Aromas: Apple, Caramelized Peaches Flavors: Honeysuckle, Vanilla, Flowers Impression: Crisp and delicious Structure: Nice balance Drink with: Elaborated white fish dishes. Raw Oysters. Why I loved this wine? Very nice perfumed note; My...