Creaminess helps chardonnay, sauvignon blanc brands rise to top


Creaminess or butteriness is that velvety smoothness on the tongue, sometimes slightly oily (in a good way), and a bigger, richer, more mouth-filling body than you would expect in zestier, more acidic white wines.

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