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Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide

Specialist sommelier as well as wine teacher Marnie Old overviews you with four costs ranges of merlot: Pinot Noir, Red wine, Cabernet Sauvignon, and also Shiraz or Syrah. Find out the difference between each range, as well as ways to pick the very best container of red for your tastes.

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25 Responses to “Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz, Syrah – Red Wine Guide”

  1. mikemarin106 says:

    Her passion for this wine stuff makes her kinda sexy

  2. Christiaan Haesen says:

    I really like nebbiolo and Sangiovese.. Where would you list them among these grapes?

  3. Bill Gates says:

    a lot of feelings and “seems”
    i guess wine is hard to put into words

  4. Erfan Rouhani says:

    She is hooooot AF

  5. Yesit'sJess says:

    Ok, am I the only one who just walks into the store, has no idea which wine is which, and just grabs what sounds good? I am so clueless, lol. I’m pretty new to it.

  6. Alister Rodrigues says:

    Thank you for giving good tips for wines
    Please give me a one answer what is difference between champagne and sparkling wine

    • whitney khatundy says:

      Alister Rodrigues
      All champagnes are sparkling wines but not all sparkling wines are champagne. Champagne is produced in a specific region in France called the champagne region. It even ferments longer than sparkling wines with a fermentation period of up-to 12years. Sparkling wine is like 5years.Plus, champagne has two levels of fermentation. Primary and secondary
      Primary occurs in the barrels, secondary in the bottles.
      Also, champagne is waayyy more expensive than sparkling wine.

  7. Books Pages says:

    Great Video. Thank you.

  8. naser manoo says:

    actually, you are wrong because shiraz wine is been around for 700 hundred years and its not french but France recently start to produce them too

  9. elnaz ghahremani says:

    shiraz wine have been maked for more than 1500 years ago in iran

  10. triple swing says:

    i like how she delivers…..i’m enjoying my merlot right now. thanks

  11. Orange Fender says:

    So the red wines she named are red wines that came from france? So these grapes are famous in france and the main red wines made in france correct? like these grapes are a france staple but can also be grown in other countries (wine noob here sorry trying to understand how this works)

  12. Kenz Pheonix says:

    Thank u so much for this video. I just got a job at a fancy restaurant and I’ve been crapping my pants on the wine selection portion of the menu.

  13. Hosel Rocket says:

    I would love to spend a quiet evening drinking wine with Marnie.

  14. Renata Pereira Amorim says:

    you speak so smoothly

  15. Hanging With Chris says:

    Awesome!, And as a blind YouTube or, yeah she sounds nice, LOL

  16. shinrey zhang says:

    Wow the lady definitely knows her stuff , I love the way she describes the wine and I want to drink them right now !

  17. shinrey zhang says:

    I’ll have to try Pinot noir cuz I like red fruits aromatics , have to get some to pair with my miso fish

  18. Thomas Rosendahl says:

    Those four wine grapes are the most commericial and mainstream for sure. Grapes like Sangiovese, Negroamaro, Nero d’Avola Barbera, Nebbiolo and Corvina are more complex according to my uncle who only drinks italian wines for some reason. there is also a big price difference between them from what i have seen.

  19. O Hutchinson says:

    Grape Growing And Wine Making – The Total Wine Making System

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