Varietal wines like Chardonnay shows the fruit because the taste of white wine depends invariably on the grape variety. There are different varieties of White wine such as Chardonnay, Semillon, Moscato, Pinot grigio, Gewurztraminer, Riesling and the Sauvignon blanc.
The Chardonnay which can be either made sparking or still was the most popular white wine of the 90s. It can be served with either fish or chicken dishes. The taste is generally wider bodied with rich citrus flavours. Semillon is generally relished with clams, mussel or a pasta salad. The distinct fig like taste of this variety of Fairfield wines is often blended with the sauvignon blanc to produce a full bodied and syrupy wine.
Moscato is often sweet and fruity with an exotic musky aroma. The Pinot grigio promises aromatic, fruity flavours which makes it well suited for spicy Chinese cuisine. The Gewurztraminer can be paired with pork, grilled sausages and Asian cuisine. Riesling wines are lighter than the Chardonnay and the aroma generally includes fresh apples.