Crisp is a term that is used to describe how refreshing a wine is.
For example, a hot chocolate is never crisp but a lemonade when made with the proper proportions always should be. It’s the sensation of acidity in a wine and whether it is apparent or disguised by sweetness. When referring to crisp white wines we reference wines which are not oaky, not too fruity, and likely from France and Italy. These are the wines that you start your meal with or the wines you drink while there’s no meal in sight. In this collection you’ll find: coastal Italian white grapes, Chablis, Sancerre, and many Spanish wines we find to be spectacular.

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