The Seven Kinds of White Wine
There are mainly seven major kinds of white wines on the market, each one with variations and sub-categories derived from the original seven. These different wines come from different regions in Italy and around the world, based on what is required to grow the grapes. 11,800 ha of <strong>Chardonnay</strong> is produced in Italy every year, which is the fourth largest producer of this wine. <strong>Sauvignon blanc</strong> comes primarily from France, although it is also grown in New Zealand and Australia. <strong>Semillon</strong> is another French based white wine while <strong>Moscato</strong> is a desert based wine due to its west flavor. <strong>Pinot Grigio</strong> is a true Italian wine, while <strong>Gewürztraminer</strong> and <strong>Riesling</strong> are out of Germany.
Italian wine production
Italy is the first wine producer in the world, followed by Spain and France, and it is also the oldest one. The Italian white wine production is characterized by great variety and high quality. In spite of this great variety, every winemaker may differentiate further each type of wine by varying the blending, the production or the cultivation process.
Great variety and great quality
Al this creativity leads to developing and innovation but can also be confusing for the consumer. Relying on established and awarded wineries like Sartori di Verona, with long tradition but strong innovation capabilities in the white wine production, is an assurance of high quality products together with a first-class service.
Sartori, noble wines devoted to Verona
The fascination with a history, the tight bond with a region, the power of a personality embodied in elegant wines that narrate the most intense of love stories: that of Sartori for Verona.