Rich White

Full-bodied white wines have often been confused with red wines when served in black glassware. Rich white wines typically undergo similar treatments as red wines in the winery to achieve the bold flavor, and thus have some flavor similarities. Typically, many rich whites undergo oak aging, to add that classic vanilla or coconut note, as well as a process called “Malolactic Fermentation”, which changes the type of acid in the wine to make wine taste creamier. Many full-bodied white wines will age up to 10 years, although most are in their prime at around 3-4 years.