Sauvignon Blancs are always nice; they tend to be very crispy and more acidic than sweet. A "white burgundy" such as a Pouilly-Fuisse is also good for red drinkers as it is quite flavorful and a bit heavier than most whites, but without being sweet. Louis Jadot makes a respectable one that runs $15-20 a bottle, depending on where you are. My advice is to go to a respectable wine store or a liquor store with a good staff and ask questions. A hint: this type of shop should not have the world's best selection of Boone's Farm, but also should not suffer from "snooty wine store" syndrome. Tell them what you like and don't like and the staff should be able to steer you towards something good. Good luck!TexasPlanner said:I don't typically drink white wine, I don't like the kinds I've had- they taste too much like apple juice. Does anyone have suggestions of white wine I should try since I'd like to branch out (read: drink more at Thanksgiving) from my regular reds?