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Explore our collection of exquisite white wines. With notes of citrus, tropical fruits, and floral aromas, our white wines are carefully crafted to deliver a sensory experience like no other. From zesty Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio to elegant Riesling, our selection of white wines is hard to beat. From crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc to luscious Chardonnay, discover a wide range of white wines that will tantalise your taste buds. Vineonline have wines that offer something for every palate.

Not a white wine drinker? We have a great selection of red wines also. From your classic Central Otago Pinot Noir to Australian Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon with prices that we are proud of. If your wine fridge and wine celler are stocked up, we also offfer a range of beers, craft beers, spirits and RTD's. We are here for not only the wine lovers but also the cocktail connoisseurs and craft beer drinkers. Vineonline offer a great range of alcoholic drinks but also non-alcoholic drinks, taking a break from drinking? Shop our non-alcoholic range.

What are the different types of white wine?

There are several types of white wines from all over the world. The most popular white wine grapes are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. These wine grapes are grown all around the world but the most recognised grapes are from New Zealand, France and Australia.

What are the characteristics of white wine?


There are several types of white wines from all over the world. The most popular white wine grapes are Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. These wine grapes are grown all around the world but the most recognised grapes are from New Zealand, France and Australia. White wines have a lot of fresh and fruity characteristics to them. In particular, white wine grapes are known to be more fruiter and a lot lighter than red wine. White wine flavour profiles generally lean into pear, apples, peach, apricot and tropical fruits.

What are some of the best white wines to pair with food?

White wine is very versatile when it comes to food paring. This is due to the unique fruity and fresh characteristics the grape has to offer. In particular, Chardonnay matches extremely well with creamy cheeses , pesto pastas and fresh fish. Sauvignon Blanc and its crisp notes pairs nicely with chicken, fish, fresh salads and vegetables. Riesling which is a slightly sweeter wine goes well with white meat dishes, seafood and fish.