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Types of wine

Types of Wine

Quick reference to the different types of wine from around the world. Discove the most famoues types of wine .
TraminerTypes of wineTraminer
08 Oct.
Rosi Stoyanova
Cabernet FrancTypes of wineCabernet Franc
26 Sept.
Kristina Chernikova
Cabernet SauvignonCabernet Sauvignon
24 Sept.
Cabernet Sauvignon is the most famous and widespread red wine grape variety in the world. Cabernet Sauvignon originates from the Bordeaux region of France.
Pinot GrisPinot Gris
27 Oct.
As a descendant of Pinot Noir, Pinot gris yields soft and aromatic wines, with a harmonic aftertaste. A single gulp of Pinot gris is enough for the drinker to feel its gentleness and taste citruses, pears or lemons.
29 Mar.
Rosé is a delightful wine low in tannins, made from red grape varieties but using the techniques for making white wines. Rosé's color is a nice pink but it can vary from pale nuances to a dark color that's close to light red.
25 Mar.
Trebbiano is a famous white grape variety that is highly widespread in Italy. There are about 50 000 hectares of Trebbiano present there. For years, Trebbiano was used by winemakers in Tuscany to make Chianti red wines.
Petit VerdotPetit Verdot
01 July
Petit Verdot is a red wine grape variety, primarily characteristic of France, and more specifically of the region of the port city Bordeaux. Petit Verdot grape elixirs are characterized by a full-bodied, saturated red color.
Chenin BlancChenin Blanc
23 June
Chenin blanc is an old white wine grape variety, originating from the Loire river valley in France. Chenin blanc wines have a well defined aroma, a remarkably fruity and colorful aftertaste.
18 June
Garganega is a white grape variety that yields delightful white wines. These vines are extraordinarily popular in Italy, where they have been grown for centuries. Garganega wines are either white table wines or fortified wines.
27 May
Nebbiolo is a red wine grape variety, known to winemakers for many centuries. Wines from Nebbiolo are high in alcohol. The amount of tannins in them is also significant.
20 May
Chianti is a red, dry wine, produced in the legendary Tuscany region in Italy. Chianti is one of the oldest wines, it's been in production for at least 700 years.
19 May
Syrah is a red wine grape variety that is also commonly known as Shiraz in Australia and the countries of the New World. The magnificent Syrah matures into an incredibly aromatic and complex wine, with a smooth and soft structure.