Meaning of white wine in English:

white wine

Pronunciation /ˌwʌɪt ˈwʌɪn/

noun

  • Any yellowish-coloured wine, typically made by fermenting the juice of white grapes or select varieties of white-fleshed dark grape.

    White wines vary in colour from almost colourless to deep amber, and also vary greatly in the degree of sweetness that they show. Styles include sparkling wines such as champagne, and fortified whites such as sherry and Madeira.

Origin

Old English. From white + wine.