Let's describe wine
The color is that element, clear in the minds of the most, even beginners, which allows us to distinguish one wine from another in the first place and heavily conditions our choice.
In this case, white identifies a series of tones that are not white at all, from greenish yellow to amber yellow. There is no a tone better than the others, since each is the consequence of a multiplicity of factors that are independent of quality: the type of grapes, the white vinification features, the maceration duration, the type and duration of refinement and conservation. Only the oxidation processes negatively affect the color and, in addition to a certain limit, can be negative.
The shades that can be obtained are therefore multiple; during visual analysis, we can highlight four ones, particularly characteristic and easily found on the market: greenish yellow, pale yellow, golden yellow and amber yellow.