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White wines are made from the juices of white grapes. With the addition of yeast, the grape juice ferments, loses its sugar content and becomes alcoholic. The method of fermentation will determine the type of wine. White wines can be produced in a range of styles, flavours and forms, including dry, fruity and sparkling wines. In the same way, the colours vary depending on the type of white wine: dry whites are usually pale, almost transparent. Sweeter wines will be slightly more yellow. White wine is usually paired with white meats like chicken, fish and pork. Depending on the acidity and tannin content of the wine, it also makes a good pairing for seafood and pasta with a creamy base.