White wines actually cover a wide range of different tastes and colors. From clear white colors to golden yellows, dry, sweet or semi-sweet, they are the wines that are defined by their light color, body, and complex taste.

Discover more about fruity and flowery white wines with detailed information on where they come from, how to identify them, and enjoy them.

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Chardonnay - Chateau Burgozone

The taste impresses with its velvet softness and refinement. It is rich, complex and harmonic with excellent duration and wonderful aftertaste. It is of straw-yellow color with a touch of gold. The bouquet itself is lasting and compelling, dominated by white tropical fruits.

Chardonnay - LVK Targovishte

High-quality white wine with rich fruit aroma, well-balanced taste with impressive aftertaste.

Muscat - LVK Targovishte

Appealing light straw color with greenish hue. Crystal-clear. Distinctive Muscat aroma with hints of forest grasses, ripe fruit and grapes. Well-balanced smooth taste with lasting aftertaste.

Sauvignon Blanc - LVK Targovishte

High-quality white wine with distinctive aroma of green grass and tropical fruit. Balanced taste with clean finish and impressive aftertaste.

Viognier - Chateau Burgozone

Yellow straw like color with crystal glitter. Transparent and radiant. Pleasant, intensive and complex aroma reveling apricot and mango nuances. Expressive and fine with notes of honey. Full and generous taste supported by nuances of white fruits, apricot, peach and mango. Good structure ending with a beautiful length refreshed by a mineral touch. A completely balanced taste in its freshness and finesse.

Zagreus White Mavrud

This uniquely Bulgarian wine is made from the lokal red grape Mavrud. The savour has morello, cherry and rose in the taste. The bouquet reminds of strawberry, cherry and fresh forest berries.