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"White vinegar" usually means distilled white vinegar, but you can definitely substitute with white wine vinegar.
They aren't exactly the same, but in my experience, white wine vinegar has a lot more flavor than just distilled white vinegar--a little sweeter, not as astringent. My guess is that your dressing will taste better for using it. (I frequently use the two interchangeably.)
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