Types of Red Wine

Kamran A. Khawar co-founded a wine startup company that at times hosts tasting events with wine makers and other wine enthusiasts. Kamran A. Khawar also serves as President of VinoVue, Inc., a consumer and business software company.

Red wines, as compared to white wines, are generally associated with a bolder flavor. Syrah, also known as shiraz, is a fruity, spicy red wine that pairs well with steak, beef stews, and other meat-based meals. Merlot, on the other hand, is a rounder, less tannic red that goes well with most any food. Merlot is generally referred to as a soft, easy-to-drink wine, even smoother than cabernet sauvignon.

Pinot noir is another popular type of red wine. A soft, fruity red, pinot noir often accompanies salmon and various Japanese dishes, including sushi rolls. Pinot noir wine is derived from the noblest of all red wine grapes, and due to the difficulty associated with growing the grapes, pinot noir is rarely blended. Additional kinds of red wine include Malbec, zinfandel, sangiovese, and barbera.

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