White is Right for Fall

When you think “fall”, you probably don’t think “white wine.” Fall is the season of dry reds, of pumpkin spice, of mulled wine. But, if you’re a white-wine lover, don’t dismay. There are plenty of whites that work for the cooler weather.

 white wine for fall

Wines that Shine

From the Mosel Valley in Germany, this medium-bodied off-dry wine has lush aromas of lychee, tropical fruit, rose petals, and spice. Try it with classic fall foods, like turkey, venison, squashes, and ham.

Incredibly intense fruit aromas of melon, grapefruit, mango, peach, banana, and papaya create a “symphony” of flavors in this dry, medium-bodied white. It pairs well with fall’s abundance of vegetables (grilled or in salads) and turkey.

Fresh aromas and flavors of fall’s ripe honeydew melon and crisp green apple are abundant in this wine. It has an elegant, creamy finish restrained by a refreshing crispness. It is very food-friendly, but also drinks well on its own.

Fresh, fragrant and lively, this Italian version of the Pinot Gris grape has a crisp, dry presence with hints of citrus and almonds. It’s a bright, crisp, dry white wine with a gentle perfume and a detectable spiciness that makes it fabulous on a chilly evening.

Looking for something else? Red-wine lovers, we have just the thing for you.