White wines can be straw yellow, golden yellow or greenish yellow while still young. As they age, these tones turn into dark golden yellow or even amber. A dark golden color in white wines may indicate that the wine is aged in oak barrels, or it can be a harbinger of a sweet wine. However, the darkening of the dry white wine, one or two years of age, generally indicates that it is aging and oxidizing prematurely.
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