wine
# Brand Country of Origin
1 4th Street South Africa
2 Four Cousins South Africa
3 Asconi Moldova
4 Overmeer South Africa
5 Namaqua South Africa
6 Drostdy Hof South Africa
7 Cellar Cask South Africa
8 Frontera Chile
9 Nederburg South Africa
10 Gato Negro Chile
11 Robertson Winery South Africa
12 KWV Wine South Africa
13 Nobile Wines Germany
14 Non Alcoholic Wine South Africa
15 Prosecco Italy
16 Altar Wine France
17 Ama la vida Scotland
18 Mara South Africa
19 Martini Italy
20 Tilia Argentina
21 Versus South Africa
22 Casillero Del Diablo Chile
23 Culemborg South Africa
24 Upper valley South Africa
25 Mamma mia Italy
26 Leleshwa Kenya
27 Black tower Germany
28 Carlo Rossi United States
29 Chamdor South Africa
30 Orange River Cellars South Africa
31 Mateus Portugal
32 Caprice South Africa
33 Tall Horse South Africa
34 JP Chenet Wine France
35 Fragolino Italy
36 Louis Montfort France
37 Cockburns Portugal
38 Sandeman Portugal
39 Porto Cruz Portugal
40 Obikwa South Africa
41 Bird & Bees Argentina
42 Simonsig South Africa
43 Arbor Mist United States
44 Kenwood United States
45 Yealand New Zealand
46 Torti Italy
47 Zonin Italy
48 Bellingham South Africa
49 Boschendal South Africa
50 Hardys Australia
51 Saint Anna South Africa
52 Vina Lastra France
53 Lambrusco Italy
54 Lambrusco Italy
55 Saint Celine South Africa
56 Pure Heaven India
57 Royalty Belgium
58 Penasol South Africa
59 Cinzano Italy
60 Graham's Portugal
61 Taylor's Portugal
62 Offley Portugal
63 Pierre Marcel France
64 Lamothe Parrot France
65 Cavatina Italy
66 Bacio Della Luna Italy
67 Pederiva Italy
68 Bottega Italy
69 Amor South Africa
70 Canti Italy
71 Sensi Italy
72 Tommassi Italy
73 Tio Pepe Spain
74 Liquid Gold Italy
75 Casal mendes Portugal
76 Trumpeter Argentina
77 Catena Argentina
78 Trivento Tribu Argentina
79 Cadet Doc France
80 Cloud Bay New Zealand
81 Jacob's Creek Australia
82 Oyster Bay New Zealand
83 Sileni New Zealand
84 El Chivo Chile
85 Mouton Cadet France
86 B&G France
87 Black Bird South Africa
88 Terra Linda Spain
89 Alamos Argentina
90 Veuve De Vernay France
91 Franschhoek South Africa
92 Borgofulvia Italy

Buy White Wines Online In Kenya


Wines are divided into six major categories; red wines , white wines, sparkling wines, dessert wines, fortified wines and rose wines. These categories differ in terms of grapes used, the region and the climate from where the grapes are grown, the soil conditions, the processing method, storing method and the wines used in the blend in case the wine is not a varietal. A varietal wine is the wine that is only made from a particular type of grape which entirely dictates the taste of the wine. The above factors influence the taste and the quality of wine.


 White wines have different colors due to production process. They may either be produced from red grapes that are light in color which have been peeled off their skin or grapes with green, gold or yellow skins. This explains the different colors of white wines ranging from yellowish, greenish and goldish.

 The peeling of the skin of the red grapes ensures that only the grape juice is used. This prevents the red skin from tainting the white wine. All white wines have crisp, fruity, sweet, semi-sweet, dry, fresh or refreshing taste hence they can be enjoyed by themselves on narrow glasses which have a refined taper on top to concentrate the fragrance and the scent. They can also be served with light food. To enjoy white wine more, ice cubes are added to lower the temperature.


The peeling of the skin in white wines means that they cannot be stored for long and also aging does not have the same effect of improving the taste as it does on the red wines. This because the skin has tannins which influences taste with age in fermentation process. Dry and sweet white wines are gotten from altering the fermentation method. For example, the dry wine is achieved by aging the white wine for a bit longer. There are so many varietals of white wine but the following are the most popular and are the most drank in the world.


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  • Chardonnay – they are the most widely known grapes and are grown almost everywhere but they are thought to have originated on Eastern France. It is known for producing sparkling wine and champagne. Their taste comes from oak barrels that they are stored to age but also they are flavored with honey, herbs and butter. 


  • Chenin Blanc – these grapes are grown in Loire Valley of France and they are more acidic in content and are gold in coloring. They exhibit flavors of honey, grasses and quince plus they also have fruity aromas. These grapes are also known to produce champagne and dessert wines. Nowadays these grapes are widely grown in South Africa where it also known as “Stein” 


  • Sauvignon Blanc – These grapes originated from France but currently they are widely grown in other countries due to the huge demand in the market. They are green in color so they produce wines with green coloring. They have a refreshing taste with aggressive grassy and sweet tropical flavors. In France they are blended with semilon grapes to produce a full bodies wines that are syrupy and are regarded as world class.


  • Rieslingthese grapes originated from Germany in an area called Rhine region. They are now in other countries including France where climate is cold. Wine produced from these grapes is normally pure therefore, it doesn’t have to be aged in oak barrels. Riesling wines are sweet with a crispy taste. They have medium to high acidic content with a fruity aroma.


  • Pinot Grigio / Pinot Gris – Both Pinot Gris and Pinot Griogio are the same grape but the wines made from this grape are different. The grape originated from France where is popularly known as Pinot Gris. However, in Italy the grape is called Pinot Grigio. The difference between the two is that Pinot Grigio (Italian) wine is a light-bodied wine with crisp and vibrant stone fruit taste and floral aromas. On the other hand, Pinot Gris (French) is a full-bodied wine with richer and spicier taste. Pinot Gris has also an aging potential and greater cellaring. Examples of Pinot Grigio are Hardy Pinot Grigio, Kenwood Pinot Gris, Yealand Pinot Gris and Yealand way Pinot Gris. These wines are really refreshing like a lemonade.


  • Moscato – this is a wine that is made from Muscat grape. Unlike the other grapes, this is new grape in the market exploding in 2009 but it is stealing the show because it is easy to drink due to its low alcoholic content. Moscato wine can be drunk on its own or be used as an aperitif. It is often used as a dessert wine and has slight fizz with flavours of peach and orange that are really pleasing on the tongue. Examples of Moscato wines in Kenya are Zonnin Moscato, Castello Moscato and Culemborg Moscato.


Other varietals of white wines worth mentioning are Viongier, Semillon, Gewurztraminer and Albarino.


Nairobi Drinks is the leading online liquor store in Kenya. We offer various services but wine delivery Nairobi is among the most widely sort. The reason you should consider buy wine online in Kenya is mainly because we offer free and fast alcohol delivery Nairobi. The great thing about ordering wine online from Nairobi Drinks is that we source our drinks from all the corners of the world to ensure you always have your favorite bottle other than an alternative. Do you want to dial a drink? Order wine online today and enjoy the best all types of wines in Kenya and their prices. Cheers! #KeepItNairobiDrinks

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