Thursday, June 16, 2011

French Red Wine

French Red Wine like all red wine has a distinctly different taste to white wine, and the colour typically depends on whether the juice is fermented while in grape form or squeezed first, if it is squeezed then the juice will create white wine, if left as a grape it will create red. Red wine typically has a heavier colour then that of white.
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Red Wine is a much more popular choice over the world than white wine. Red wine variants include Barolo and Barbaresco, Beaujolais Nouveau, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cotes du Rhone, Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Sangiovese, Shiraz, Zinfandel and many more, all these are grown all over the world, in countries such as France, Germany, USA, New Zealand, Australia, Italy, Croatia, Argebtina, Mexico, and many more.

Red wine can also be used in certain food dishes, and to make ‘Red Wine Sauce’. Wine colour is a big part of wine tasting, a practiced taster can tell a lot from the colour of a wine. France is responsible for the largest production of wine, with 69.9% of its production being red.

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