Friday, September 28, 2007

Oaked Whites or Unoaked Whites

Can you tell the difference if a white wine was aged in oak or stainless steal? Here is a way to have your eyes to determine the aging process.

If a white wine is aged in oak it will have a straw yellow, yellow, yellow gold or yellow brownish color.

If a white is aged in stainless steal the color will be clear, clear with a hint of yellow, or pale yellow.
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