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2. Chardonnay

Chardonnay is a white wine grape variety native to Burgundy, France. It's currently the most popular white wine grape varietal in the world and can have a diverse flavor profile depending where it's grown and if oak is used during the aging process. What Does Chardonnay Taste Like? There's no simple answer to this question. Chardonnay has one of the widest ranging tasting and aromatic profiles of any grape variety – both red and white. That's because the taste of Chardonnay is heavily influe ... Read More

3. Malbec

What does Malbec wine taste like? According to sommelier Kevin Cornish, Malbec is a lush, ripe wine with dark concentrated flavors.  It contains beautiful black fruit flavors and aromatics of spice and some floral notes at times.  There are different degrees of complexity in Malbec depending upon the winemaker and the region it is made in. What's the difference between French and Argentinian Malbec? French Malbec is mainly grown as a single varietal in Cahors, and is also known as Côt in r ... Read More

6. Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is a white wine grape variety that is most often used to produce dry white wines. Light and refreshing, its unique in that its flavor sets it apart from most other white wine grape varieties. Although climate and terroir for Sauvignon grown throughout the world can have a huge impact on flavor, there are some general commonalities. Sauvignon Blanc tasting notes are most commonly associated with tropical, tree and citrus fruit. Specifically, flavor nuances of dates, papaya, me ... Read More

9. Zinfandel

Red Zinfandel is a black and blue skinned grape variety that's most notably grown and incredibly popular within the United States. In the glass, this grape tends to adhere to lighter-bodied characteristics while simultaneously maintaining big flavors. This is largely due to Zin's elevated acidic content and classically high alcohol content (up to 17% in some cases). These two factors can make Zinfandel feel more medium bodied on the palate. This grape variety is packed with flavors re ... Read More

1. Blush Rose

2. Dry

3. Dry Red

4. Semi-Sweet

5. Sweet Rose

6. Sweet White

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