How to Taste the Right Wine the Right Way How to Taste the Right Wine the Right Way
Wine tasting is not just something people do out of curiosity or fun; wine tasting is an art, and tasting the finest wine, nothing... How to Taste the Right Wine the Right Way

Wine tasting is not just something people do out of curiosity or fun; wine tasting is an art, and tasting the finest wine, nothing can be more pleasurable. The delicate yet elegant taste of a beautiful blended wine can make your taste buds go on a rollercoaster ride; the smooth silky taste will have you head over heels, and the sweet aroma will transport you to a whole new world. In order for that to happen, you must know how to select the right wines.


Here is a list of the top 5 red wines:

Pinot Noir
Malbec
Merlot
Cabernet Sauvignon
Shiraz (Syrah)

Pinot Noir

Pinot noir is known as one of the noblest red wine grapes. These grapes are difficult to grow, and are rarely blended, without adding any roughness. This wine in particular goes best with chicken, grilled salmon, lamb as well as dishes like sushi. Pinot Noir is famously found in New Zealand, Oregon, Bourgogne Austria, California, and France. Due to a very limited presence of Polyphenols, the tannins remain soft, yet pinot noir is very transparent.

Malbec

Malbec is popular with all kinds of meat based meals such as foie gras. Malbec is suitable with dishes like Cajun, Indian dishes, and Mexican dishes as well. This wine actually originated from the French Bordeaux region, known as côt in the Loire Valley. Malbec is mainly recognized by the names médoc noir and pressac. Widely grown in Argentina, where it is most popular, it is available in the cooler regions in California, Australia, and Chile too.

The characteristics of Malbec are dependent on where the production has taken place, and how it gets transformed into Malbec wine. Colored Malbec tastes of berries and fruits such as plums, and spices too. It is often blended with other wines like cabernet franc, petit verdot , cabernet sauvignon, and merlot to create Bordeaux style wines.

Merlot

For new wine tasters, and drinkers, this is the drink you need to start with. Merlot accompanies all kinds of various food options and cuisines as well. This form of wine is commonly found grown in Italy, California, Romania Washington State, Chile, Australia, and in many more countries too. Worldwide, Merlot is known as the fourth most preferred wine because of its delightful taste. The aroma consists of some herbal flavors, black cherry, and plums.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet is often blended with other wines such as Merlot and also Cabernet Franc because it goes perfectly with them. Cabernet goes best with red meat, especially if it is well done. The young berries are considered to make this wine, as the younger the berries are, the more grip they have on taste, and your taste buds.

Syrah (Shiraz)

Shiraz is also known as Syrah; they are the same kind of variety with just two different names. This wine is best served with meat. Known to be produced in the countries of Australia, California, as well as France’s Rhone Valley, this wine is a must taste. The taste is very typical offers an after taste of blackcurrant when served with meat and black pepper spice.

The Right Way

Do not just pour the wine into a glass and gulp it down; take time to smell the aroma, spin the wine in the glass to get the perfect blend before you sip it, bring it close to your lips, and slowly take one sip and feel the taste and flavors fill your entire being with amazing texture.

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