Adding flavour to Red wine
Beginners luck with red grape juice, nice texture, great strength but no real taste . . . what can I add to give a distinctive falvour?
by Gordon Hamilton 6 years ago
Which country produces the best red wine in the world?A few days ago, I read a journalistic article about red wine producing countries around the world and the merits of each nation's offerings. It was in most respects very well written. When I got to the end, however, I was dumbfounded to realise...
by Ladybird33 5 years ago
I love wine and I buy a lot but I find that I buy the same ones everytime, I would love to have other idea's or recommendations. What's your favorite wine?
by Craig Hartranft 5 years ago
What's your favorite red wine?There are many red wines to choose from these days. The traditional Burgundy and Cabernet Sauvignon remain favorites for many. But there are also others, like Pinot Noir and Malbec, both favorites as of late. Many vintners are creating hybrids as well. Your thoughts ...
by AussieTreeChange 5 years ago
Red wine or white wine? dry or sweet? which do you prefer?Do you enjoy a glass of wine or two? Which do you enjoy most, red or white, dry or sweet? Australia produces world class wines. Have you tried any?
by Kita13 6 years ago
Red wine or white wine?There is a variety of wine that folks can enjoy. Yet most seem to draw their attention towards Red or White wine.
by Elena 7 years ago
Can you share one benefit of Red Wine?
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