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Lighter Bodied Whites 

Soave (garganega)
Light and lemony ancient Italian varietals. Good wine with appetizers and light luncheons. Serve to guests as they arrive late afternoon or early evening. Good refreshing summer wine.

Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
 
Another delightful Italian. Light with exotic fruit flavor. Great for weddings to serve with appetizers or for casual picnics and outdoor affairs. Good choice for spritzers and kir VIN Blanc aperitif type cocktails. 

Chablis (unoaked chardonnay)
 
Chablis is sophisticated and slightly citrus-y white with the absolute best coming from France, specifically the Burgundy region. The Chablis is the perfect accompaniment to any rich shellfish dish. If you’re going to be dining on lobster, crab, shrimp or scampi Chablis is your best choice.

 

 

Light White Wine

Medium Bodied White Wine

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