Red Wines

    What Is Red Wine?
    Basically, red wine will be wine produced using darker-looking grape assortments. The wine grapes are aged alongside their skins to give the wine a special tone, flavors, acridity, and tannin levels.

    There are a few red wine types, however, the simplest method for understanding them is through their grape varietal.

    1. Cabernet Sauvignon
    The Cabernet Sauvignon wine varietal is a posterity of the old red wine grape, Cabernet Franc. Wine consumers appreciate Cabernet Sauvignon red wine for its ‘green chime pepper’ notes and complex smells.

    It is filled practically in all significant wine locales of the world.

    The wine produced using this red grape has blackberry, blackcurrant, blueberry, and creme de cassis organic product flavors with traces of chocolate, tobacco, cedar, and mint.

    These wines can mature for at least 7-10 years and can go as long as twenty years.

    Cabernet Sauvignon and other full-bodied reds (like Cabernet Franc) are best served in tall and expansive bowled red wine glasses.

    Our #1 Cabernet Sauvignon wines are:

    2013 Ghost Horse Vineyard ‘Apparition’ Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, USA

    (Cost: $5,295)

    2017 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, USA (Price: $4,304)

    2. Pinot Noir
    Pinot Noir is a red grape that produces light to medium body dry wine.

    A Pinot Noir wine sampling uncovers prevailing strawberry, cherry, and raspberry flavors. Oak barrel maturing gives the wine hot cinnamon and tobacco notes.

    A decent Pinot Noir varietal wine can easily mature for 10-30 years. It is best served in a smell authority ‘Bourgogne’ wine glass.

    Our number one wines from the Pinot Noir grape are:

    2015 Domaine Leroy Musigny Grand Cru, Cote de Nuits, France (Price: $99,567)
    2015 Domaine de la Romanee-Conti Romanee-Conti Grand Cru,Cote de Nuits, France (Price: $25,395)

    3. Merlot
    A tough grape varietal, the Merlot wine grape delivers an assortment of flavors relying upon where it’s developed. Cooler environment Merlot wines have fruity raspberry, sugar-coated berries, and cherry flavors, while Merlot from a warm wine district has more herbaceous notes.

    Merlot is likewise utilized as a mixing grape (alongside Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, and Malbec) in the red Bordeaux wine mix.

    Merlot wines can mature from 3 to 15 years.

    The best Merlot wines to attempt are:

    2015 Le Pin, Pomerol, France (Price: $4,518)
    2018 Petrus, Pomerol, France (Price: $5,085)

    4. Other Red Wines
    Other renowned red grape varietal styles include Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Petit Sirah, Syrah (Shiraz), Zinfandel, Petit Verdot, Tempranillo, and Grenache.

    Here are a few normal qualities of red wine.

    Variety: A red wine can change from hazy purple to profound garnet and a delicate ruby tone.
    Tannin: Usually has high tannin levels, which gives it a dry sensation in the sense of taste
    Corrosiveness: Red wines are somewhat acidic with an invigorating mouthfeel.
    Taste: Red wines have prevailing natural product flavors, including red and dark natural products. Oak barrel maturing gives them cedar, chocolate, and espresso notes. Old World red wines (from areas like France and Italy) show more terroir-explicit notes (like natural fragrances of soil and wet leaves.) The new world wines (from the USA, New Zealand, and Australia) are fruitier with inconspicuous gritty subtleties.
    Varietals: Can be grape varietal wines (produced using a solitary grape assortment like Cabernet Franc, Petit Sirah, and Cabernet Sauvignon) or a wine mix. Some popular red mix wines are the red Bordeaux mixes, Port wines, and the red Rhone wines. The renowned Italian Super Tuscan wines are additional mixes of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah and that’s just the beginning.
    In New World wine areas, the wines are named by their grape assortment. In Old World areas, the names notice the wine district (for instance, Burgundy, Chianti, or Beaujolais.)

    Food Pairing: Red meat dishes like steak, veal, and game work out in a good way for red wine.