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Farmersteve's answer is good but I'd like to add a little extra to consider. You've only tried wines made with two grapes. The world of wine is much broader than this. The popular red grapes include … Pinot Noir, Grenache, Syrah, and many others. Also, there are wines made from blends of grapes such as found in the Southern Rhone. What I do recommend is seeing if you have a good local wine store …
answered Jun 3 '18 by Eric Shain
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The most romantic thing is to conform to the desires of your companion. It sounds like there are specific problems with sparkling and red wine. Personally as much as I like beer, I don't think it is … "romantic" with the possible exception of a Belgium Tripel. These taste great, are surprisingly alcoholic and look neat served in the appropriate glass (a large wine glass may suffice). What I do …
answered Feb 19 '17 by Eric Shain
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I’ve never tried it myself, but I did find an article which includes some pairings. From that article: It’s an excellent food wine as well; black wines pair well with fatty meats, fried …
answered Sep 30 '18 by Eric Shain