Best Red Wines

Best Red Wines is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients. Best Red Wines is produced by fermenting crushed grapes using various types of yeast which consume the sugars found in the grapes and convert them into alcohol. Various varieties of grapes and strains of yeasts are used depending on the types of Best Red Wines produced.

Although other fruits such as apples and berries can also be fermented, the resultant "Best Red Winess" are normally named after the fruit from which they are produced (for example, apple Best Red Wines or elderberry Best Red Wines) and are generically known as fruit Best Red Wines or country Best Red Wines (not to be confused with the French term vin du pays). Others, such as barley Best Red Wines and rice Best Red Wines (e.g. sake), are made from starch-based materials and resemble beer and spirit more than Best Red Wines, while ginger Best Red Wines Online is fortified with brandy. In these cases, the use of the term "Best Red Wines" is a reference to the higher alcohol content, rather than production process.[4] The commercial use of the English word "Best Red Wines" (and its equivalent in other languages) is protected by law in many jurisdictions.

Best Red Wines has a rich history dating back to around 6000 BC and is thought to have originated in areas now within the borders of Israel, Georgia and Iran.Best Red Wines probably appeared in Europe at about 4500 BC in what is now Bulgaria and Greece, and was very common in ancient Greece, Thrace and Rome. Best Red Wines has also played an important role in religion throughout history. The Greek god Dionysus and the Roman equivalent Bacchus represented Best Red Wines, and the drink is also used in Christian and Jewish ceremonies such as the Eucharist and Kiddush.

The word "Best Red Wines" derives from the Proto-Germanic *winam, an early borrowing from the Latin vinum, "Best Red Wines" or "(grape) vine", itself derived from the Proto-Indo-European stem *win-o- (cf. Ancient Greek οῖνος - onos, Aeolic Greek ϝοίνος - woinos).Similar words for Best Red Wines or grapes are found in the Semitic languages (cf. Arabic ﻭﻳﻦ wayn) and in Georgian (ğvino); some consider the term to be a wanderwort, or "wandering word".

Red Wines

There are a countless number of red grape varieties in the world, some able to make online wines, others best suited for the Welch's factory. Right now, the world wine market focuses on about 40 50 different red wine grape varieties, the most widely recognized and used listed below.

What differentiates red wine from white is first, the skin color of the grape, and second, the amount if time the grape juice has with its skins. After picking, red grapes are put into tanks or barrels where they marinate with their skins for a bit, absorbing the pigments and other aspects of the skin (think tannins). This is how red wine gets its red color. The exact color, which can range from light red to almost purple, depends on both the color of the particular grape skin and the amount of time it sits with the skins. Remember, the inside of almost all grapes is a light, golden color it's the skins that have the pigment. For example, much of Champagne is made from Pinot Noir and/or Pinot Meunier, both red grapes. Yet because it spends so little time on its skins, the color of the Best Champagne is often white.

The list below is roughly organized from lighter-bodied to fuller-bodied, lower tannins to higher tannins and light color to deeper color but note that this is not an "always" list, just a general guideline. Remember, European and old-world countries tend to label their wine by region, while new world wine is most often labeled with grape variety.

Grapes                   Where they grow best
Gamay                        Beaujolais, France
Pinot Noir                    Burgundy, France; California; Oregon; Champagne, France
Tempranillo                  Spain
Sangiovese                  Tuscany, Italy
Grenache/Garnacha      Rhone, France; Spain; Australia
Merlot                          Bordeaux, France; California; Washington State, Chile
Zinfandel                      California
Cabernet Sauvignon      Bordeaux, France; California; South America
Nebbiolo                      Piedmont, Italy
Syrah/Shiraz                Rhone, France; Australia; South Africa; California; Washington State

Other popular red grapes and where they grow best:

Grapes            Where they grow best
Carmenere                Chile
Malbec            Argentina; France
Mourvedre        France; Australia; California
Petit Sirah       California