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  • Writer's pictureJace Shoemaker-Galloway

National White Wine Day: Cheers!

National White Wine Day

If you need a little something to whet your whistle, you're in luck. Get ready to raise your glasses, America. Aug. 4 is National White Wine Day, an annual beverage holiday created by wine enthusiast, freelance writer and “Queen of Holidays,” Jace Shoemaker-Galloway.

Derived from the skin and juice of grapes, white wine is actually not white. Its colors range from light yellow to golden hue. Usually served chilled, white wine is available in many tasty varietals.

Whether you prefer a light-bodied or full-bodied wine, dry, sweet or sparkling, with brunch, lunch, dinner, dessert or out on the deck, a glass of white wine is fine anytime of the day or night. In honor of National White Wine Day, why not celebrate the occasion with a glass or two of your favorite white wine or invite a few of your favorite BFFs over for your own wine-tasting party?

It's time to drink some wine! And just in case you are a red wine fan, no worries. Red Wine Day is coming up!


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