White Wine

White wines: A refreshing journey through the world of flavors

White wines, with their wide range of aromas and flavors, are a popular choice among wine lovers. Made from white grapes, these wines offer a unique sensory experience that ranges from citrus freshness to mineral complexity.

In Bodegas de Andalucía we offer you the best and widest selection of Andalusian white wines, made with that mix between modernity and old. Wines of the highest quality with a 100% Spanish seal.

 Since that time when the Romans were part of our lands  the region of Andalusia has been a strategic and emblematic point for the production of different wines , particularly white wines Driving Andalusia towards the production of white wines of the highest quality. Our wineries have the necessary experience to produce white wines of undeniable quality. A mixture of ancient techniques together with technological innovations in the wine sector give rise to the best white wines that come from this little corner of Spain to the world.

Origin and history:

The making of white wines dates back thousands of years, with archaeological evidence suggesting their production in regions such as Georgia and the eastern Mediterranean. Throughout history, white wines have gained popularity around the world, adapting to different climates and winemaking techniques.

Characteristics of White Wines

White wines offer a wide variety of organoleptic profiles, from dry and fresh to sweet and savory. In this section we will explore the different characteristics that distinguish white wines, from their aromatic notes to their unique flavors.

Dry White Wines and their Organoleptic Profile

Dry white wines are characterized by their balanced acidity and citrus and floral aromas. In the mouth, they are usually fresh and light, with mineral notes that highlight their elegance and freshness. Some varieties, such as Chardonnay, may have hints of vanilla and butter due to their aging in barrels.

Sweet White Wines: Preparation and Tasting Process

Sweet white wines are the result of stopping fermentation to preserve part of the grape's natural sugar. These wines are usually unctuous and sweet, with aromas of ripe fruits and flowers. In the mouth, they stand out for their sweetness balanced with a refreshing acidity that makes them perfect for desserts and special moments.

Aromatic Notes and Flavors in White Wines

The aromatic notes and flavors in white wines can vary depending on the grape variety used in their production. From the intense tropical aromas of Sauvignon Blanc to the mineral and smoky notes of Riesling, each white wine offers a unique sensory experience. In the mouth, you can discover fruity and floral flavors to spicy and toasted touches, depending on the aging and grape variety.

Grapes and characteristics:

This fermented drink comes from musts or what we know as the pulp of white or red grapes, always taking into account that the latter do not have colored pulp, in order to preserve the characteristic color of white wine. Among the most common we find:

  • Sauvignon Blanc: Known for its herbaceous and citrus aromas, Sauvignon Blanc is native to the Loire Valley in France.

  • Chardonnay: A versatile grape that produces wines ranging from light and fresh to rich and complex. It is grown throughout the world, with notable examples in France, California and Australia.

  • Verdejo: A native Spanish grape, known for its floral and herbaceous aromas, and refreshing acidity.

  • Albariño: Another native Spanish grape, famous for its fruity aromas and minerality, especially in the Rías Baixas region.

  • Riesling: An aromatic grape with a wide range of styles, from dry and minerally to sweet and fruity wines. It is grown in Germany, France and other regions.


The process of making white wines begins with the grape harvest, the harvest of the grapes. After destemming and crushing, the must is fermented at controlled temperatures. Maceration, the contact of the must with the skins of the grapes, can influence the color and flavor of the wine. Aging in oak barrels, an optional process, provides complexity and notes of vanilla, spices and toast to the wine. Filtering and bottling complete the process, resulting in white wine ready to enjoy.

Types of white wines:

The classification of white wines may vary depending on their region of origin and style. Some general examples include:

  • Dry white wines: Most white wines are dry, with a low residual sugar content. They are characterized by their freshness and acidity.

  • Sweet white wines: Made with ripe grapes or with the addition of concentrated must, these wines have a sweet and fruity flavor.

  • Sparkling white wines: Produced through a second fermentation in the bottle, these wines have fine bubbles and a refreshing texture.


White wines offer great versatility for pairing, combining perfectly with a wide range of dishes. Some classic examples include:

  • Fish and seafood: The freshness and acidity of white wines complement perfectly with the delicate texture of fish and seafood.

  • Salads and vegetables: Light, aromatic white wines enhance the fresh flavors of salads and vegetables.

  • White meats: White wines with body and complexity can accompany white meats such as chicken and pork.

  • Cheese: Certain soft or fresh cheeses combine well with the acidity and fruit flavors of white wines.

Tips for enjoying white wines:

  • Temperature: Serve white wines at a cool temperature, between 7°C and 12°C, to highlight their aromas and flavors.

  • Glasses: Choose wine glasses with a wide chalice to allow the aromas to expand.

  • Decanting: Some white wines, especially mature or complex ones, can benefit from decanting to aerate them and soften their tannins.

  • Enjoy: The most important thing is to enjoy white wine to your liking, exploring different varieties, pairings and temperatures to discover your personal preferences.

Best Andalusian white wines

A wine for every taste, among Andalusian white wines we can find a wide variety, all made under a strict aging system that begins with the cultivation and selection of the grapes, carefully choosing the best of the best to take care of every aspect in the production of the wine. The Mediterranean climate is a determining factor for the white wines of our wineries and when it comes to Andalusia, it seems that the land itself was tailor-made for our wines.

The Jerez-Xérès-Sherry designation of origin has the oldest regulatory council in Spain, a variety of wines made in the context of Jerez that have great fame and prestige worldwide, exalting the work of these lands.

More than 70% of the vineyards in Andalusia are covered by one of the 9 official designations of origin found in the Bodegas de Andalucía catalog , white wines, reds and rosados of the highest quality, all in one only place, so you can delight yourself with the best flavors and aromas of Spain.

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