Great Wines For Everyone

By: Fiona Muller

When you are looking for a drink to suit the majority of people go for wine. It is a universal drink which has types that are good for most people. There is dry wine, organic wine, sweet wine, fortified wine, red wine, rose wine, and of course sparkling wine.

If you are planning a party it goes down a treat. You can have sparkling wine or champagne for a toast and a red and a white wine for people to drink the rest of the time.

If you are planning a dinner party, you can start the evening off with an aperitif such as sherry, move on to a white and red wine to go with the main meal, serve a dessert wine with the pudding and end up with port and stilton. In fact what is a dinner party without wine? It is like having bread without butter.

This article is going to give you a short overview of different types of wine.

White wines

These tend to be light and can be sweet dry or somewhere inbetween the two. Best drunk with white meat or fish they can have a light refreshing nature or can be oaky and fuller in flavour. In general wines from the New World tend to be richer.

Red wines

These tend to go with meats, barbecues and rich cheese. They can be full or light in body and again those with the heavier alcohol content tend to come from the New World

Organic Wine

Like organic food this describes how the wine is produced rather than the wine itself. Can be white, red, rose or sparkling in their nature.

Fortified Wines

These are wines that have had another spirit added to them to make them higher in their alcohol content and usually sweeter than traditional wine. Typical fortified wines include sherry, port and brandy.

Sparkling wines

These wines include the King of all sparklers Champagne. Sparkling wine is know as Prosecco, Cava, and Sec in various other countries and is a great party ice breaker or ideal as a celebration toast

So what are you waiting for go out and get some wine in today. For a great range of quality wines why not try an online independent wine retailer. They will have a large range of wines with tasting notes so that you can choose wines according to your taste buds rather than your imagination.

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Fiona Muller has been writing for over 20 years. She is a qualified journalist and has worked in food and drink writing for the last few years. For a range of all types of wines go to

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