What do different red wines taste like? With all of the different red wine options out there, which wine should you buy? Is an expensive red wine really that much better than a cheap red wine? Does it really matter which type of red wine you have with which food?
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This dry, full-bodied Pinot Noir has strong tannins and an extended length. The flavors are dominated by strong, jammy berries - strawberry, black berry, and a bit of cherry. There is also a subtle hint of toast in the background. Some people might notice dirt or mushroom notes and stronger flavors of toast or oak.
The 2006 Pirie South Pinot Noir is a deep, dark purple-red but it also has a slight coppery coloring around the edges. The aromas of the Pirie South are fairly slight and dominated by berry and tart cherry. This dry, full-bodied Pinot Noir has strong tannins, smooth acidity, and an extended finish. The flavors are tart berries and fruit, though rather low in intensity.
The Spanish Quarter Red is a dry, full-bodied wine with strong red fruit and chocolate flavors. It has nice acidity and medium tannins that are reminiscent of Zinfandel. It has a fairly extended finish, perhaps longer than one would normally expect from a red wine of this price.
The flavors of the Palacios Remondo La Vendimia Rioja are dominated by red berries and cherry with just a hint of oak. A full-bodied wine with mild acidity, La Vendimia has soft tannins and a decent length.
The Relax Cool Red is not as grapey as many light red wines can be, but it is nicely fruity. A medium-to-full bodied red wine, it's not too sweet not too dry which should mean that you could pair it with almost anything, but in practice it seems to mean that it only makes an average pairing at best with most foods. The most positive aspect may be the lively acidity. It's simple rather than complex and would probably be best drinking chilled on its own.
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