White wine: White wine is a wine produced by the alcoholic fermentation of the must of grapes with uncolored pulp and white or black skin. It is processed in such a way as to retain a transparent yellow color to the final product. The great variety of white wines comes from the large quantity of grape varieties, the vinification methods, but also the level of residual sugars.
Stemming from the long history of the cultivation of the vine by man, the existence of white wine dates from ...
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