6-Week White Wine and Blush Kits

White Wines

Although called white wines, white wines are actually yellow. They can be yellow, golden or pale as water but they’re all white wines. White wines are made from grapes that are greenish, greenish yellow, golden yellow and sometimes even pinkish yellow. A very few white wines are also made from using only the juice of a red grape (not the skins) as in some Champagnes.

White wines are often consumed with lighter meals, or as an aperitif (a before dinner wine). They are more refreshing, lighter in both style and taste than the majority of their red wine counterparts. They are ideal for spring and summer occasions because they are served chilled and are very refreshing.

Some of the most popular white wine types include Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewurtztraminer, Pinot Grigio, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc.

*ALL MADE ON PREMISES*

White Wine Kits

BRAND
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
SUPPLIER

Selection

Cellar Craft Showcase

Cellar Craft Sterling

Atmosphere

Legacy 

Eclipse

Selection

Selection

Cellar Craft Showcase

Atmosphere

Legacy

Eclipse

Selection

Cellar Craft Showcase

Cellar Craft Showcase

Legacy

Selection

Atmosphere

Selection

Legacy

Selection

Cellar Craft Sterling

Atmosphere

Legacy

Selection

Cellar Craft Showcase

Eclipse

Cellar Craft Showcase

Cellar Craft Sterling

Atmosphere

Legacy

Eclipse

Selection

Cellar Craft Sterling

Atmosphere

Legacy

Eclipse

Selection

Selection

Selection

Selection

Cellar Craft Showcase

Atmosphere

Selection

Bianc

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Gewurz

Gewurz

Gewurz

Gewurz

Gewurz

Gewurz/Riesl

Gruner Velt

Liebfraumilch

Liebfraumilch

Muller-Thurg

Muller-Thurg

Piesporter

Piesporter

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Gris

Pinot Gris

Riesling

Riesling

Riesling

Riesling

Riesling

Riesling

Sauv Blanc

Sauv Blanc

Sauv Blanc

Sauv Blanc

Sauv Blanc

Sauv Blanc

Symphony

Traminer/Ries

Viognier

Viognier

Viognier

Luna Bianca

Chardonnay, Lodi California

Chardonnay, California

Australia Chardonnay

Chardonnay

Sonoma Dry Creek Valley Chardonnay

California Chardonnay

Australian Chardonnay

Gewurztraminer, Yakima Valley Washington

Germany Gewurztraminer

Gewurztraminer

German Mosel Valley Gewurztraminer

California Gewurztraminer

Gewurztraminer Riesling, Yakima Valley WA

Gruner Veltliner, Austria

Liebfraumilch Style

Liebfraumilch Style

Germany Muller-Thurgau

Germany Muller-Thurgau

Piesporter Style

Piesporter Style

Pinot Grigio, California

Italy Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio

Italian Pinot Grigio

Pinot Gris, Yakima Valley Washington

Washington Yakima Valley Pinot Gris

Riesling, Yakima Valley Washington

Johannisberg Riesling, California

California Riesling

Riesling

Washington Columbia Valley Riesling

California Riesling

Sauvignon Blanc, California

New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc

New Zealand Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Chilean Sauvignon Blanc

California Sauvignon Blanc

California Symphony

Australian Traminer-Riesling

Viognier, Yakima Valley Washington

California Viognier

California Viognier

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Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

Winexpert

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Winexpert

Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

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Winexpert

Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

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Vineco

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Vineco

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Vineco

Vineco

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Vineco

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Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

Winexpert

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Vineco

Vineco

Vineco

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Vineco

Vineco

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Updated February 2017

Blush Wines

Blush wines or Rosé wines are pink wines. The pink color can range from a pale orange to a vivid near-purple, depending on the grapes and wine making techniques. Although these wines are made from red grapes the juices are left in contact with the skins for a very short period of time; not allowing the colour and tannins to be absorbed from the skins. Therefore, you can chill a rosé or blush wine and drink as you would a white wine.

Many assume that blush wines are sweet wines but some wonderful rosés from Europe are dry not sweet. Some of the most common types of blush wines you see are White Zinfandel and White Merlot.

*ALL MADE ON PREMISES*

Blush Wines Kits

BRAND
TYPE
DESCRIPTION
SUPPLIER

Selection

Selection

All Juice

Merlot

Zinfandel

Zinfandel

California White Merlot

California White Zinfandel

Zinfandel White

Winexpert

Winexpert

Mosti

Updated February 2017


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