“White” grapes can range in color from yellow to green to light pink when ripe. The wine made from them is called white wine, even though it is never actually white but rather transparent with more or less yellow coloration, sometimes with a greenish tinge. With age or oak contact, white wines become more amber to brown.

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Falanghina Group of at least two distinct varieties­: Falanghina Beneventana and Falanghina Flegrea. Both high in acidity. Aromas & flavors: (Flegrea) Peach, yellow apple, apricot, cherry pit; (Beneventana) less fruity, more floral. Both have a green, leafy note. Best DOPs: (Flegrea) Falanghina del Sannio; (Beneventana) Benevento.
Fiano Grapes-FianoOne of Italy’s greatest white varieties. Light to full bodied; very versatile. Best on volcanic soils. Steely, minerally; ageworthy. Aromas & flavors: Hazelnut, green apple, pear, honey.
Friulano Same as Sauvignon Vert (aka Sauvignonasse). Pale straw green color. Aromas & flavors: White flowers, almond, green apple.