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red wine

Wine that is red in color from the dark-colored grapes used to make it. Types of red wine include Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. What kind of red wine are you serving tonight? I'll have a glass of the red wine, thank you.
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Less expensive red wines from all areas can be candidates for the ice bucket, so don''t worry about breaking convention.
A trend towards chilled red wine is gathering pace, according to retailers, as consumers increasingly opt for fresher and lighter - or lower abv - styles of wine.
The flavonoids responsible for the dry pucker that characterize many red wines are also often pegged as the cause of those head pounders.
In theory, white wines, roses and sparkling wines should be served chilled but not cold, and red wines, cellar temperature, not room temperature.
The scientists asked wine tasters to sample 38 red wines and 26 white wines while dining on scallops.
It appears that the pathogens tested were killed by the red wines and grape juice, while the probiotics were more resistant to the beverages.
Drinking red wine protects against the harmful effects of ultraviolet B (UVB) light, according to a recent German study.
NEW YORK, NY -- Sales growth of red wine outpaced sales growth of the total category by 40% in the 20 weeks ending March 10, according to figures just released by The Nielsen Company.
Between 2000 and 2001, red wine varietals accounted for 80% of new plantings in South Africa.
Also debuting a trio of California red wines ($14 each) is Huntington Wine Cellars with its 2002 merlot, 2003 cabernet sauvignon and 2005 petite sirah.
Traditional red wines from south-west France and Sardinia are the best for toasting a long and healthy life, researchers claim.
He and his team gathered more than 100 red wines from wine-making regions around the world.
TRADITIONAL red wines from south west France and Sardinia are the best for toasting a long and healthy life, say scientists.
4-ethylphenol is responsible for the 'sweaty saddle/band-aid' aroma of red wines when present in high concentration, and is generally regarded as detrimental to wine quality.
Tests showed that some red wines contained almost as much fibre as tomatoes.