Côtes du Rhône Rouge
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Deep and bright dark red dress. Black fruit nose with spicy notes. Full, full and spicy wine. The shorts are rounded, very coated, but present in the mouth. This wine is different in its size, heat and aromatic intensity. Complete wine, good perseverance. Elegance and refinement thanks to a good balance between tannins and fruits.
The South Rhone is situated in a large and spacious valley formed by the river Rhone bed. The Mediterranean climate makes the South Rhone one of the hottest wine regions in France.
The varieties that thrive in this region are well suited for hot, humid summers, while Grenache, Syrah and Murvadre are by far the most common plants.
The vast majority of Rhône wines on the market are labelled as Côtes du Rhône, AOC. Many are excellent and cheap, making them one of the most consumer friendly French wines. Stylistically, they are rich wines, easy to drink, with moderate levels of tannins and alcohol, which fall between 14 and 15%.
Discover Blended Red Wine Wines
In the United States, a red mix is any American wine that isn't produced from a single grape type. It's an odd classification since many, if not all, red wines are and have always been mixes. A grand cru Bordeaux produced entirely of Cabernet, as well as Chiantis made entirely of Sangiovese, are the exception rather than the norm. In addition, California law only requires a wine's label to contain 75% of the grape type.
Winemakers combine grapes because it enables them to create a wine in a sense. A splash of Merlot may help soften Cabernet's tannins, while a dash of Syrah can give watery, inexpensive Pinot some punch. Blending is common in several regions: Rioja, for example, has traditionally blended Tempranillo, Graciano, and Garnacha. Many modern, inexpensive red blends, on the other hand, are simply created for mass appeallots of superripe, black fruit and no acidityusing whatever varietals would suffice.
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