Drinks

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INatalieI
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Drinks
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2013-01-26 04:10:48
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Wine Types
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  1. Vermouth (Dry/Sweet)
    • Appetizer (Aperitif) 
    • Often sweet and are used to whet the appetite.
  2. Campari
    • Appetizer (Aperitif) 
    • Often sweet and are used to whet the appetite.
  3. Red Dubonnet
    • Appetizer (Aperitif) 
    • Often sweet and are used to whet the appetite.
  4. Port
    • After Dinner Wine
    • High sugar contents and fortified w/ alcohol.
  5. Madeira
    • After Dinner Wine
    • High sugar contents and fortified w/ alcohol.
  6. Sweet Sherry
    • After Dinner Wine
    • High sugar contents and fortified w/ alcohol.
  7. Chardonnay
    • White Wine
    • most important white grape, different flavors
  8. Sauvignon Blanc
    • White Wine
    • Blanc in French means white!
  9. Fume Blanc
    • White Wine
    • Blanc in French means white!
  10. Chablis
    White Wine
  11. Riesling
    • White Wine
    • Recommended to non-wine drinkers
  12. Muscat
    • White Wine
    • Sweeter, excellent dessert wine
    • Also recommended to non-wine drinkers
  13. White Wines
    • Made from white grapes(green).
    • Light to Medium bodied fruity in flavor
    • Served w/ white meat (pork, chicken, & fish).
  14. Red Wines
    • Made from red grapes.
    • Take on berrry characteristics such as: cherry, black berry,raspberry, currant ect.
    • They pick up oak flavors more than white wines.
    • Served w/ red meat or pasta.
  15. Burgundy
    Red Wine
  16. Cabernet Sauvignon
    • Red Wine
    • Most important red grape, highly distinctive flavors.
  17. Merlot
    Red Wine
  18. Pinot Noir
    Red Wine
  19. Zinfandel
    Red Wine
  20. Rose / Blush Wines
    • Made from red grapes.
    • Harvested late in season when sugar content is high.
    • Difference between rose and red wines are the length of time the juice stays in contact w/ the skins.
    • Possible to make Rose table wine by blending a small amount of red wine w/ white wine.
    • Great w/ most types of food.
  21. White Zinfandel
    • Rose / Blush Wine
    • Most Common
  22. White Cabernet
    Rose / Blush Wine
  23. White Pinot Noir
    Rose / Blush Wine
  24. Champagne / Sparkling Wine
    • Champagne comes from a region in France.
    • Everything else is Sparkling Wine.

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