A sip of red wine is like taking a journey through history experiencing different cultures and geographies. Coming in a wide range of styles, red wines can be anything from light-bodied and easy-to-drink to powerful and complex. Produced in about every single wine-producing region in the world, these wines are produced from a wide assortment of varieties. The majority of red wines are made from Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, however there are many interesting bottlings produced from indigenous varieties as well. Actually, both red and white grapes have a colorless juice, it is the grape skin that provides the color pigment and tannins. To make a red wine, the crushed juices must stay in contact with the skins for a varying period of time during the fermentation process. The longer the skin-contact, the deeper shade of red. There are many vinification techniques used for red wines, from bold, complex flavors coming from oak-aging to lighter, fresher styles produced from maturation in stainless steel. ...
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75 cl91R. ParkerSt. Estephe · Bordeaux · FranceCHF 38.75(75 cl)91R. ParkerSt. Estephe · Bordeaux · FranceBottles: CHF 38.75i OWC/OC of 6: CHF 232.50i OWC/OC of 12: CHF 465.00
37.5 cl 75 clChâteau Phélan Ségur · St. Estephe · Bordeaux · FranceCHF 26.95(75 cl)Château Phélan Ségur · St. Estephe · Bordeaux · FranceBottles: CHF 26.95i OWC/OC of 12: CHF 323.40