This section includes mix of cool and warm climates from the most famous regions in the world: Napa Valley, California; Burgundy, France; and Mosel Valley, Germany. The first influence of partial malolactic fermentation and minimal oak aging can be seen, producing wines with softer texture, enhanced fruit, and refreshing acidity that resemble whole milk on the palate. Popular varietals like Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, and Riesling pair well with spicy foods.