White wine is a wine that is fermented without skin contact. The colour can be straw-yellow, yellow-green, or yellow-gold. The wide variety of white wines comes from the large number of varieties, methods of winemaking, and ratios of la Revue du vin de France – n°464 – 01/09/2002 – Bordeaux 1999 & 2000 PDF sugar. Among the many types of white wine, dry white wine is the most common.
More or less aromatic and tangy, it is derived from the complete fermentation of the wort. White wines are often used as an apéritif before a meal, with dessert, or as a refreshing drink between meals. White wines are often considered more refreshing, and lighter in both style and taste than the majority of their red wine counterparts. The photograph shows a sculpted rock: a bas-relief appears in grey-beige on a blue-gray rock stained with dark grey streaks.
The Hittite king is on the left. He is bearded and holding a branch with two grapes. The Hittite King Warpalawa offering a bunch of grapes to the god Tarhunta. A bas-relief in rock at Ivriz in Turkey from the beginning of the 1st millennium BC. The first trace of wine that has been found dates to 7500 years ago, in present-day Iran but the results of archaeological excavations have not been able to determine from which time wine began to be produced. In Ancient Greece wine had already been developed and used since Hippocrates, a physician born around 460 BC who commonly prescribed it to patients. In Roman times the type of viticulture practiced by the Greeks was their model for a long time and production included white wine.