The best red wine for dinner or a drink
Posted On June 20, 2021
It’s been a while since we last tasted red wine, and the best ones are disappearing fast.
That’s because the global market is growing.
A report published this week by the World Wine Council suggests red wine will be the world’s biggest category by 2020, and will account for 15% of all wine sales by that point.
The WWC’s report also predicts that by 2050, there will be an estimated 1.5 billion people living in countries where red wine is grown.
While that’s a lot of people, it’s not nearly enough.
We asked wine experts what the best reds they would recommend to those who aren’t quite ready to try their hands at wine.
Wine expert John Riechmann is the founder of Rieches, which has a special focus on wine tasting.
He tells The Salt that it’s important to look for reds that you can taste.
You can taste the grapes, you can smell the grapes. “
You don’t get that with a bunch of wines you don’t really like.
You can taste the grapes, you can smell the grapes.
It’s really nice to know the flavour of a wine, but not the aroma of it.”
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