drier white

drier white

Superficial discoloration of clay-ware during drying; usually caused by adherence of soluble salts to the surface of the ware.
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If you know that your guests have a 'refined' taste in wines, try drier white wines and red wines that have more tannin and less sugar content.
A drier white that I love is the Venica "Ronco del Cero" sauvignon blanc ($50).
Top Tip: Juicy brown turkey meat is a much better option than the much drier white breast meat.