Chardonnay is the only permitted AOC grape variety in the Chablis region, with the wines there developing such worldwide recognition that the name "Chablis" has taken on somewhat generic connotations to mean any dry white wine, even those not made from Chardonnay.
Pinot grigio has a moderately low alcohol content, typically ranging from about 12.5 to 13.5 percent, making it a great sipping wine paired with sweet fruits. Complementing Chardonnay Chardonnay is an innately versatile wine, though it has a higher alcohol content than pinot grigio.
Riesling: the aromatic, deliciously refreshing wine that tastes like the nectar of apples, apricots, peaches and pears and comes in the tall slender glass bottle. Usually crisp, due to its high levels of acidity, Riesling is known for its strong floral aromas.
Sauvignon Blanc Food Pairing. Sauvignon Blanc has such a high intensity it opens it up to a wider range of potential pairings. The classic local French cheese pairing is with goat cheese but you’ll find it perfect alongside fish tacos, gyros and tabouli salad, Mediterranean style meats with lemon, capers and olives, and chicken pot pie.