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Old April 26th, 2016, 06:09 PM
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Default Re: Best Dry Red Wine Brands

Hello friend as you need the list of best brands of dry red wines so on your demand I am providing you the list….

Cabernet Sauvignon
One of the best dry red wine varietals, Cabernet Sauvignon is often blended with merlot and undergoes the oak treatment. This full-bodied wine has rich currant, oaky, or strong bell pepper flavors

Cabernet Franc
Young wines of this varietal feature fruity and spicy flavors, while the aged Sangioveses take on the flavor of the oak barrels in which they mature. The acidic wine pairs well with roast chicken, tomato sauce, and herbs such as basil and thyme.

Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir is a fresh and delicate wine with fruit flavors. This medium dry red wine varietal works best with lamb and duck sausages, creamy sauces, and spicy foods.

Merlot
Merlot has a softness which works great for the novice wine drinkers.The typical flavors of Merlot include plums, blackcherry, and other herbal flavors

Sangiovese
Young wines of this varietal feature fruity and spicy flavors, while the aged Sangioveses take on the flavor of the oak barrels in which they mature. The acidic wine pairs well with roast chicken, tomato sauce, and herbs such as basil and thyme.

Syrah/Shiraz
Syrah wines have strong tannins and a complex combination of flavors of smoke, berries, and plum. These hearty wines are best accompanied by red meats such as steak, beef, wild game, stews, etc.

Zinfandel
The red zinfandel is a hearty red wine variant. Depending on the heaviness of the wine, it can be accompanied by foods such as pork and beef sausages and different pastas.

Tempranillo
This wine may be aged or served young, and varies from mild to oakey in flavor. Tempranillo complements Spanish foods, mild blue cheeses, cured meat and grilled fish.

Bordeaux
This smooth Italian red wine has a silky texture and great acidity. It can be paired off with almost any dish.

Cotes-du-Rhone
Cotes-du-Rhone is also named for the region in which it is produced. Affordable and acclaimed brands of Cotes-du-Rhone include Chateau de Saint Combe, Delas Freres, Domaine Grand Veneur, JL Chave and Clos de l'Hermitage.
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