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Table of Contents:
– Intro 0:00
– What is Red WIne? 1:33
– Pinot Noir 2:15
– Grenache or Garnacha 3:59
– Tempranillo 5:32
– Red Blend Wine 6:15
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In this video, you will learn about the best types of red wines for beginners! This video begins by describing what is red wine? Red wine gets its flavor and color from soaking grape juice with the grape skins. White wine is made only from grape juice. Red wine typically has bolder and drier as compared to white wine. Red wine also has tannins, where white wine does not.
The best type of red wine for beginners is Pinot Noir wine. Pinot noir wine comes from the Pinot Noir grape. Pinot Noir wine is low in tannins, easy to drink, and is not too dry. This makes it a perfect red wine for beginners. The most expensive Pinot Noir wine comes from Burgundy, France, but it is now made/grown around the world.
Another great type of red wine for beginners is Grenache or Garnacha wine. This wine comes from the Grenache Noir grape. This is a bright red wine in color and has aromas and flavors that are bright and fruity. This wine is softer and easy on the palate. It is also lower in tannins which, again, makes it one of the best red wines for beginners.
The next best red wine for beginners is Tempranillo wine. This red wine comes from the Tempranillo grape which originally comes from Spain. It has a ruby red colored wine. This red wine has a slightly fuller body and more tannins as compared to Pinot Noir wine. Because of this, Tempranillo wine is a great transition wine for beginners to more intense flavored wines, such as Cabernet Sauvignon.
Last, another great red wine option for beginners is red blend wines. Red blended wines are made by combining grape juices from different grape varieties. Red blended wines are good for beginners because the more grapes you blend together, the smoother the wine becomes. Make sure you pick out a red blend wine that has a high percentage of a grape varietal that you would like, such as Pinot Noir, Grenache or Garnacha, and Tempranillo.
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