1. 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

2. Merlot

Merlot is a black and blue grape variety that produces softer, medium to full bodied dry red wine. It is currently the most extensively planted red wine grape variety in the Bordeaux region of France and the second most widely planted and popular red wine grape variety in the United States – just behind Cabernet Sauvignon. Classically vinified to be a dry red wine, Merlot grapes can have dramatic differences in flavor depending on the type of climate they're grown in. Many wine regions famou ... Read More

3. Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon is a red wine grape varietal of the grape vine species vitis vinifera.  It is the most widely grown red wine grape variety in the world, and its wines were recently ranked as the most searched and sought after in the world. It can form a full-bodied, complex, fruit forward and dry wine when vinified correctly. The Cabernet Sauvignon grape has received most of its notoriety from being grown in the Bordeaux region of France.  Traditionally speaking, these wines taste of he ... Read More

4. Riesling

Riesling is typically thought of as one of the more aromatic white wine grape varieties found around the world. It tends to be its most expressive when crafted as a single-varietal, late ripening wine. Many of the finest producers opt to include the name of the particular vineyard a Riesling wine was made from -- given its ability to so successfully express Terroir. [caption id="attachment_2699" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Riesling wine grapes are a flexible variety. I mean that in both ... Read More

1. Dry Red Wines

2. Dry White Wines

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