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 Getting to Know Your Wine 
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Getting to Know Your Wine
by: Greg Pierce





Those who love wine probably know everything about it. But if you don't know anything about it and remain mystified by this drink, a few more information about this is surely appreciated. To start, red wine and white wine are the two types of wine.

Red Wine

Syrah or Shiraz is a type of grape that is used to make a certain kind of red wine. This can be used as varietal or can be blended. This has been reported to be one of the worlds most popular grape. Syrah grapes are mostly grown in California, Australia, and France's Rhone Valley and are great to pair with steaks and stews.

Merlot is a different type of grape used to make wines. This is one of the most popular varietal types and considered the 3rd most grown grape variety around the world especially in the wine industry. Wines made from merlot are often regarded as beginners' wine and are good to pair with any kind of food. Compared to those of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot wines are also known to be less tannic or rough.

White Wine

Chardonnay - This is considered by wine lovers as the queen of white wine grapes, Chardonnay is very versatile. Among all types of white wines, chardonnay grapes produce the most complex type of wines all over the world.

Chenin Blanc is recognized to be the oldest types of grapes and is light and fruity on the taste buds in general. These types are usually grown over the area of Loire Valley in France. Today, though, you can find this type of grape in California where it is mostly used in jug wines or sometimes in inexpensive table wines.

Sauvignon Blanc or Fume Blanc - This is mostly grown around the areas of Loire and Bordeaux regions in France and also in California, New Zealand and even in some parts in South Africa. It is very well-known for its light and crisp, acidic taste. It normally has an herbal character, smelling like bell pepper or a newly mown grass. It is best served with a mixture of Semillion from France.

There are still many things that we can learn about wines. For example, wine isn't only a great tasting drink but it can be given as a present to anyone. If you want to make your gift of wine even more special, you can have it customized. Customized wine labels are better because it can make your gift giving more memorable.

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