The summer is coming to an end, but don’t forget the White Wines of 2019.
It’s time to celebrate the end of summer by uncorking a delicious alcoholic beverage that is made from fermented grape juice – WINE. How can we enjoy White Wines without enjoying the end of summer? You don’t need to worry if you want to try some white wine with your friends but aren’t sure where to begin. Your search is over.
Try these white wines this summer.
2016 Schlumberger Gruner Veltliner Klassik
Schlumberger, the Austrian Sparkling Wine produced by Niche Import Co., was established in 1842. It is the oldest and most reputable producer. Each Schlumberger bottle is made according to Methode Traditionelle, an exemplary Champagne strategy.
The Schlumberger Gruner Veltliner Klassik 2016 has a bright yellow hue with a hint of green. It also has a fine mousse. Gruner Veltliner, Austria’s signature grape variety, is a bright yellow color with green reflections.
Foods that go well with 2016 Schlumberger Gruner Veltliner Klassik
This wine is a refreshing match for salads, fish, Asian food, and cheese, both mature and immature.
Armand Riesling Kabinett 2016
The 2016 Armand Riesling cabinet by Winegut Reichsrat Von Buhl is a German Riesling with intense fruity and exotic flavors, as well as a spicy finish. This vintage has an ABV (alcohol by volume) of 8%. Expect exotic notes and a spicy finish. The acidity perfectly balances the sweetness.
Foods that go well with Armand Riesling Kabinett 2016
The dry Riesling from Germany is a light-bodied wine. Kabinett goes well with Asian Thai food, vegetables, garlic, and lighter pork or poultry dishes.
Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc 2018
The 2018 Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc from Australia by Bird in Hand has a classic blend of gooseberry and passionfruit on the nose as well as in the mouth. Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc 2018 is layered with stonefruits and lemon curd. It has a 12% ABV.
Foods that go well with 2018 Bird in Hand Sauvignon Blanc
Goat cheese is a favorite. Green vegetables like asparagus, zucchini, peas and artichokes, oysters are also good. Sole, delicate fish or dishes that contain dairy products can be delicious.
Burgans is the hill on which the Bodegas Martin Codax was located in Spain. Bodegas Martin Codax offers one of the best views of the Salinas Valley, which is isolated from the rest of the province by a mountain range. The Ria de Arousa is a sea that comes inside the land, bringing with it a variety of seafood and shellfish.
Burgans 2018 is 100% Albarino. It has a bright, greenish-yellow color with golden highlights. It has a unique fresh aroma that highlights ripe apple, apricot, and peach aromas. It is rich, balanced, and mellow in the mouth. Aftertaste: Full-bodied with a full range of flavors, including clean acidity and a long mineral finish.
Foods that go well with 2018 Burgans
Serve 2018 Burgans with chicken, shrimp, scallops, or sea bass at 10-12o.
Burgans is also good with cheese, feta, cotija, and cream cheese.
2018 te Pa Sauvignon Blanc
The Te Pa Family Vineyards created the 2018 New Zealand Te Pa Sauvignon Blanc. The wine’s aromas include citrus, stone fruits, florals and nettles. The 2018 Te Pa Sauvignon Blanc has a concentrated, vibrant taste with flavors of gooseberry, tarragon, and black current. The wine has a wonderful mid-palate texture and a crisp and refreshing finish. Fascinating mineral and flint flavors support it.
Foods that go well with 2018 te Pa Sauvignon Blanc
White meats such as chicken, pork chops, and turkey. Fish such as Tilapia (sea bass), Haddock, Trout Cod, Redfish Halibut, Snapper Mussels, Crab Lobster, and Clams.
Pair 2018 Te Pa Sauvignon Blanc with softer cheeses, such as goat’s milk cheese and yogurt or creme fraiche.
Von Buhl Reserve Brut
Von Buhl Reserve Brut is a blend between Pinot Blanc & Chardonnay. It can be compared to the Riesling brut. Aromas of mandarin and hazelnut, along with juicy Williams Christ pears, are captivating. This 12.5% ABV drink has a creamy yet powerful texture on the palate with a well-integrated acidity and a long finish.
Foods that go well with Von Buhl Reserve Brut
The menu includes tandoori chicken pot pies with biscuit tops, beer-battered cod and onion rings, smoked Salmon and Potato Galette, ham and manchego sandwiches, and tomato jam on ham and manchego sandwiches.
2017 Elaine Chardonnay
Elaine Chardonnay 2017 by Elaine Wines LLC in the United States is a Russian Valley Chardonnay that has hints of apple, pear, and tangerine. This white wine, with a 13.05% ABV, is barrel fermented using native yeast and aged in 50% new French Oak. The grapes from Calypte Vineyard are hand-picked in the Russian River Valley at 500 feet above sea level.
Foods that go well with 2017 Elaine Chardonnay
Pair this wine with mild dishes, such as buttery or creamy ones. This wine pairs well with shellfish and meaty fish like halibut or cod.
Elaine Chardonnay 2017 pairs well with dishes that are lightly seasoned, have a delicate flavor or are silky in texture. Risottos, cream-enhanced sauces, pasta, soups, and risottos all pair exceptionally.
2017 to Pa Reserve St Leonards Chardonnay
New Zealand’s 2017 Te Pa Reserve St Leonards Chardonnay from te Pa Family Vineyards has aromas that include lemon, peach, and fig, with subtle florals like jasmine, citrus blossom, and marzipan. Apple crumbles and marzipan later support these. This 13.5% ABV beverage is enhanced with a hint of smoke, vanilla, flint, and caramel from high-quality oak. The 2017 te Pa Reserve St Leonards Chardonnay has a perfect texture with almond, spice, and citrus rind flavors over creme brulee. The finish is long and lingering with a subtle minerality of oyster shell.
Foods that go well with 2017 Te Pa Reserve St Leonards Chardonnay
The 2017 Te Pa Reserve St Leonards Chardonnay is perfect for rich and heavy dishes.
Salmon fishcakes and other simple salmon preparations, poached in butter or poached, are delicious.
This wine pairs well with chicken, pork, or pasta with a creamy sauce. Also, salads with chicken, ham, or cheese, such as a Caesar or chicken salad with peach, macadamia, or mango, and mild curries in buttery sauces, are great.
2017 Nest Egg Chardonnay
The 2017 Nest Egg Chardonnay from Australia by Bird in Hand is available in 750ml and 750ml with a 13.5% ABV. The wine is complex, with aromas that include white peach, grapefruit, apricot, and cashew. The wine is characterized by an intense taste of oaky elements, which are complemented with a delicate mouthfeel.
Foods that go well with 2017 Nest Egg Chardonnay
This wine is great with toasted flavors – nuts, pastry, grilled or smoked.
You can also enjoy crab, shrimp, clams, and lobster.
Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc 2018
Whitehaven was founded in 1994 in New Zealand’s Marlborough region. Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc 2018 grapes bask in warm sunshine and cool breezes of the New Zealand coastline under the Wairau Valley and Awatere Valleys. Sam Smail, the winemaker at Whitehaven, has a reputation for creating Sauvignon Blancs that are distinctive and fine.
Foods that go well with 2018 Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc
- Salads: Roasted Artichoke Salad, Arugula Salad, Goat Cheese Medallions.
- Pasta – Ravioli stuffed with green pea pesto, Pasta with Mint and peas.
- Roast chicken and onion tacos and grilled lamb brochettes with lemon and dill
- Shrimp – Grilled Grapefruit and Rosemary Shrimp with Asparagus, Shrimp stir-fried in Noodle Pillows
- Seafood – Artichoke Crab Paella and Oysters with Aioli