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  • 1. A look at Bacchus' bunches!
  • 2. Chardonnay • Light coloured wines, but can take on an exquisite golden hue when oak- matured. • Citrus notes, Butter notes if oak-aged. • Un-oaked versions are rare and less in demand. Refreshing.
  • 3. Sauvignon Blanc • Lightly coloured wine. The more serious stuff is from Bordeaux and the Loire valley. Wines are more on aroma and ease to drink. • Grapefruit, White flowers, Vegetative, Peach, Figs. More famous in its oak- aged, smoked version called Fumé Blanc • Generally a simple young drinking wine, sometimes marked for its acidity.
  • 4. Semillon • More shaded than Sauvignon Blanc. • Mild nose of Acacia, Honey, Lime. • Famed for its Sauternes incarnation. And for blends.
  • 5. Gamay • Probably the lightest coloured red wines. Light garnet shades. • English toffee or Banana. • All Beaujolais.
  • 6. Grenache • Light ruby robe. • Raw berry aromas. • One of the most widely planted grapes in the world.
  • 7. Pinot Noir • Bright ruby shades with translucent robe, not very deep • Cherry, Jammy smell, Wet Earth. • Burgundy.
  • 8. Sangiovese • Intense ruby shade. • Typical Black Cherries aromas. • Chianti : When contains some Cannaiolo and Mamolo a typical Violet nose can be found. A slightly bitter finish.
  • 9. Syrah • Displays a sombre shade when young and evolves to orange shades via brick red tones. • A nose comprising Raspberry, Aniseed, Spices, Truffles, Animal smells similar to a Foxy smell, New/Old Leather • Moderate tanins and acidity.
  • 10. Cabernet Sauvignon • In youth a deep, dark, sombre near purple robe which gives way to brown, orange & amber hues. • Bell Peppers, Aniseed, Black Currant, Smoked aroma or vanilla hints if oak-aged • Clarets.