Seven Ways to Enjoy White (Wine) After Labor Day


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Positivity     43.00%   
   Negativity   57.00%
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SOURCE: https://fortune.com/2019/08/31/labor-day-white-wine-fall/
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"They're also 'generally' lower in alcohol than reds—although I could name plenty of whites over 14.5% ABV and plenty of reds lower than that." Regardless, Osenbach says white wines are great throughout the year: "Just because it's cold out doesn't mean that you can't enjoy them." He advises to look for something richer and rounder than than just the light and crisp whites; look a bottle with less acidity and a touch of sweetness to pair with cooler temperatures."Fall is the perfect season for enjoying those white wines showing richness and complexity, and usually not the first choice for the summer thirst," says Mariarosa Tartaglione, wine director at the acclaimed restaurant Ai Fiori in New York City. For an exquisite old vintage white Burgundy, I would tend toward the 50 degree—or even cellar temp—as the full bouquet, delicious orchard fruits, mushroom, and umami qualities are unleashed and bouncing out of the glass when the wine is served warmer," Olsen says.Here are a sampling of some great blancs and biancos that are not just summer whites, but anytime wines.Lillet Blanc: The quintessential French aperitif is a blend of predominantly Bordeaux wines with herb and fruit liqueurs. SRP: $21.2018 Attitude by Pascal Jolivet Sauvignon Blanc: Pascal Jolivet, known for dynamic wines with a focus on terroir and low-intervention winemaking, homes in on fresh floral and fruit notes with its latest line, Attitude. SRP: $25.2017 Cakebread Napa Valley Chardonnay: This wine has a pretty, floral nose with fresh citrus, orange blossom, and white peach.

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