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Wine can be a delightful compliment to any meal. Though all wines are made of a similar process, each and every one has its own unique flavor. This flavor is determined by factors such as grape type and fermentation conditions. If you a lover of the grape, their types might pique your curiosity. Listed below are some popular grapes that make up the majority of your favorite wines.

ÔÇó Red: Some of the popular red wine varieties are Bordeaux, Cabernet, Merlot, Chianti, Petite Sirah, and Pinot Noir.

ÔÇó White: Chablis, Muscat, Chardonnay, Frascati, Meursault, Goldmusketellar, Vidal Blanc, and Riesling are some of the famous white wine types.

ÔÇó Sparkling: Any celebration calls for a Champagne and this comes under the sparkling white wine category. Other varieties are Spumante and Moscato d’Asti.

ÔÇó Pink: Rose’, Lagrein Rosato, and Busuioaca de Bohotin.

ÔÇó Sparkling Red: Having a bold and striking color – Brachett, Gutturnio, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah/Shiraz are some of the sparkling red types.

Wine is often categorized by what it pairs well with. For an appetizer, Madeira, Vermouth, or Sherry can be a good choice. If you are having delicious pasta, a dry red is the best choice. It can also compliment red meat dishes including veal, beef, lamb, or ham. If your choice of meal is seafood or chicken, you can best compliment it with a nice white. Seafood can also be served with the pink wine. If pork dishes or mild cheeses are your choices, then you can also go for a pink/rose wine. Most often, desserts are served with sweet tasting wine, such as Ice Wine or Muscat.

There are no actual guidelines for pairing wines, as everyone’s tastes are different. But, it is best to keep in mind to opt for a light-bodied wine for lighter meals and full-bodied wine for a hearty meal.

For mixing up a cocktail, an inexpensive, lesser quality wine can be used. These varieties can also be used for cooking. A good rule when cooking with wine is to never cook with something you wouldn’t drink.

If you are looking to purchase a nice bottle of wine to store in your cellar for a special occasion, you should note that only certain wines are still good after aging (such as red wines), while others (such as dessert wines and champagnes) often spoil after long-term storage.


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