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Red wine varietalsLighter RedsGamayRegion BeaujolaisBlack CherryPinot NoirCherry, BerryOak, LeatherCan age but vast majority notSideways movieMedium RedsGigondas, FranceGrenacheSouthern RhoneLanguadonk in FranceNorthern SpainAustraliaCaliforniaWorkhorse varietyBase for winemaker to put other stuff on top ;)Blended winesChianti, ItalySangioveseCentral TuscanyA little darker than Grenache, more seriousBlack Raspberry and spicier flavorsMore acidicB/c goes with foodBrunello di Montalcino, ItalySangiovese4 years oldTempranillo or Tinoto de ToroGreat Grape of SpainLeather, Black Raspberry, Cinnamon, and cloveZinfandelGAYYYYSpice, Jam, Jammy, Red Plum, PruneAlmost Exclusive in CaliforniaNot as tannic as bick dick boisCabernet FrancClassicVirginiaOriginally blending grape
becoming main grapeParent grape of Cabernet SauvignonVegetal funk, brieryBerrylighterboison

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