These fruit-forward wines are made from a wide variety of grapes grown around the world
Posted: January 30, 2004
Many winemakers decide to limit the use of expensive new oak barrels during the aging or fermenting of their wines, putting the focus instead on the grape's pure fruit flavors and aromas. Whites that see little or no oak treatment from lesser-known grape types are often a very good bargain as well.
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