How to choose the best white, red or rose wine

There are many more varieties of red wine on the world market (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo, Grenache or Pinot Noir) than white wine varieties (Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Gris). This aspect indicates that more red wine is consumed on the market, especially dry, except for Pinot Noir, because it is used not only for the production of red wines but also for white vinification including champagnes and sparkling wines.

Why is dry red wine preferred by the vast majority?

How to choose the best white, red or rose wine

The amount of sugar in a dry red wine is only 4 g / l.

Dry red wine also has sulfites in its composition, but the quantity is softer than that of a loaf of bread bought from the supermarket.

Unlike a white wine, the acidity of a dry red wine is lower.

The recommended temperature for storing a dry red wine is between 11 degrees Celsius and 13 degrees Celsius with a humidity of 75% and the optimal serving temperature is between 13 degrees and 16 degrees Celsius.

As mentioned above, dry red wines have a small amount of sulfites. Well, this amount is smaller than a white wine so that the tannins in the skin ensure a natural preservation of the wines and also the dry red wine is more complex in terms of aromas and structure.

As a curiosity, to obtain a 750 ml bottle of red wine you need 800-900 grapes.

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