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Tom Meadowcroft expertly curates an exquisite range of unique white wines, each sourced from carefully chosen vineyards across California. Together, they form a stellar collection of varietals that are both interesting and compelling.
Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Grigio often top the lists of popular white wine varietals. However, this is quite subjective. White Bordeaux and Viognier are also highly regarded among many wine connoisseurs.
While smoothness is a characteristic that depends on individual preference, many people find Chardonnay to be the smoothest white wine. Chardonnays are often described as rich and velvety on the palate with a relatively mild acidity that can contribute to a smoother drinking experience.
Pinot Grigio is generally lighter and crisper with a more neutral flavor profile, featuring hints of citrus and pear. Sauvignon Blanc tends to be zesty, with prominent notes of green apple, grass, and sometimes tropical fruits. The acidity in Sauvignon Blanc is also typically higher, giving it a more tart taste compared to Pinot Grigio.