1. I've got £10 - how can I pick a good bottle of white wine? What are signs of quality at a budget price?
2. What's the difference between Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Semillon and Chenin Blanc?
3. I'm on a night out and I want white wine - which type should I ask for?
Many restaurants now have descriptions on the menu so finding wing that appeals to you is the best idea. Don't be afraid to experiment - you will come across some duds and some you don't like, but many may surprise.
4. I'm hosting a dinner and I want to serve a good white wine - which type should I buy? What's a crowd pleaser?
Sauvignon Blanc is often a good bet for a dinner. If you choose one from the Loire like a Sancerre most people will enjoy it. Think about the food and the occasion - a summer BBQ with lots of salad may cry out for a crisp fresh light white wine but a sit-down dinner featuring dishes with a rich sauce may pair better with an oaked Chardonnay.
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