── RED WINE ──
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── LIGHT BODIED ──
Rosé is perfect for any occasion, offering delicate color, young red fruits driven with bright acidity.
This Beaujolais beauty has pronounced aromatics and unique notes such as banana and violet and soil.
A classic black grape variety of Burgundy, is prized for its delicacy. Skilled winemakers can tease a dizzying spectrum of flavours from the grape
Sweet red wines are bright & fruit-forward, including more ripe red fruit flavours. Try these wines slightly chilled.
── MEDIUM BODIED ──
Regaining its reputation as a red wine of distinction, it is notable for the variation in flavour profile of cool climate and warm climate.
While Syrah and Shiraz are in fact both the same varietal but their character does differ. Shiraz tends to be rich and bold while syrah is light and elegant.
The best Grenache sits among the finest wines in the world, prized for its unique candied fruit and cinnamon flavours.
Austrian red grape is grown well in New World wine region of the Adelaide Hills in South Australia. Pepper and black fruit flavours love to be served lightly chilled alongside BBQ food.
A lesser-known varietal is Spain's premier black grape variety, though becoming tremendiously popular.
It is also known as Mataro, which is grown in many regions around the world including Rhone, Spain and Australia - a prominent component in GSM blends.
A savoury Italian red grape variety, can range from fruit-forward to earthy, presenting cherries, figs and subtle notes of tomato.
Northern Italian varietal, it presents unique notes of rose, cherry and leather, delicate aroma and bold tannis in DOCG wines of Barolo & Barbaresco.
── FULL BODIED ──
As the world's most pouplar varietal, there is plenty of regional variation. But you can be confident that big flavours of black pepper, leather and cassis around.
Known as Australian big red with bold red & dark fruit flavours in abundance, including plum, blackberry, spice, peppery notes and rich tannin.
Shiraz Cabernet blend is common in Australia for great balanced between rich flavours and long finish. You cannot go past it.
It has been used for full-bodied, ripe, black fruit and spicy red wine. Malbec is now the single most planted grape variety in Argentina.
It is blended from two or more of the traditional Bordeaux grape varieties including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.
Short form of red wines blended from Grenache, Syrah/Shiraz and Mourvedre originated from Southern Rhone in France. Winemakers in Australia have achieved success with GSM blend in past two decades.
In new world wine regions, winemakers can blend grapes to create perfectly rich and smooth wines. For example,Merlot can soften Cabernet Sauvignon's tannin(Cabernet-Merlot blend).
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