Similar to red wine, white wine also undergoes the fermentation process, just that there will be no contact with the grape skins. In white wines, the pulps of the non-coloured grapes are used. The colour of a white wine ranges from yellow-green, yellow gold, to straw yellow.
Rose wine is a type of pink wine, and it is not a mix of red and white wine. It is made from crushing of black, or red, coloured grapes. The skin of the grapes is left in contact with the crushed grapes for around two to twenty hours.
Sweet wine is a type of dessert wine, and it is typically served with desserts. In order to make sweet wine, the fermentation process is halted before the sugar from the grapes is converted to alcohol. Common methods to stop the fermentation process are adding branding into the grape mixture or to cool the wine to an extreme.