White blended wines are made from a blend of green grapes rather than a single varietal. Winemakers can modify the wines characteristics by bending varietals, a more complex process than producing a single varietal wine.
Basically, the blending of grapes, whether it’s different vintages or grape types, is to add more density to the flavour and texture of a wine.
Some of New Zealand’s greatest white wines are made from a blend of grapes.
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