1O Must-try Wines Around the World

Cooper Mountain Noir Wine
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“Stop whining

Try wine-ing”

A good wine will take you to beautiful places while just sipping it.

Try these tasteful wines to celebrate festivities, family occasions and ecstasies.  

  1. Masseto
Masseto Wine
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A Merlot red wine, crafted from Merlot grapes with an invincible scent, it’s a meld of velvety and smooth flavours of spice, sweet, black cherry and dark fruit.

It has sparkling acidity, refined aromas, and a delectable finish after two years of an oak barrel.

  1. Chateau Lafite Rothschild (Bordeaux)
Chateau Lafite Rothschild Wine
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A prestigious and expensive wine around the world with an undeniable reputation for longevity. Cabernet or Merlot as the base. An amalgamation of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot varieties of grapes get us this good quality wine.

  1. Gaja Barbaresco
Gaja Barbaresco Wine
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An Italian beautiful vintage which is a combination of grace and power, made with Nebbiolo grapes.

The wine is well-balanced and has an acidic, dry and bold texture.

With the hint of leather, tar, cherry and earthy.

  1. Cremant
Cremant Wine
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Cremant is a French sparkling wine, with a comparatively lighter texture than champagne. It comprises of basically two varieties- de Loire and De Bourgogne. The former is made from Chenin Blanc and Chardonnay grapes and later from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes.

  1. Adrianna Vineyard
Adrianna Vineyard Wine
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Found in Argentina’s UCO Valley, this wine is win-win, exceptionally complex and intricate, offering different tangents with each sip.

One of the best-rated wines to serve, its texture is flavourful and thick which never disappoints you.

  1. Chateau d’ Yquem
Chateau d’ Yquem Wine
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A magnificent wine with crisps and aromas, a meld of dried apricot, green mangos, honey tropical fruits and caramel flavours.

The wine starts with a modest taste and has a perfect aftertaste of roasted nuts, it’s a wholesome vintage wine that one must have.

  1. Sine Qua Non
Sine Qua Nan Wine
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A wine made in California with pure passion and is delicious. The wine is kept for 32 months before it beautifully finishes off. It has layered flavours and a silky tannins texture.

It has a hint of chocolate and blueberries and blackberries and Asian spices.

  1. Vega Sicilia
Vega Silica Wine
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A vintage bottle of Spanish red wine with a tannic, bold and acidic taste. It is aged for 4 years before being released.

With flavours of ripe plum, dried flowers, oak, tobacco and vanilla. A meld of intense and juicy texture.

  1. Cooper Mountain Pinot Noir

A classic wine made in Willamette Valley, Oregon. The wine exhibits blueberry, blackberry and raspberry flavours which completes the delicate velvety composition.

  1. Screaming Eagle
Screaming Eagle Wine
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A luxurious crimson-coloured wine, appellate in Napa Valley with a variety of robust and rich flavours including crème de cassis, spring flowers and liquorice.

It matures for two years before being marketed.

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