Finest Red Wines in Singapore
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Amarone is one of Italy’s best-kept secrets and for good reason. If you seek to experience true Italian taste, look no further than this rich wine. Also termed as Amarone Della Valpolicella, Amarone is a rich dry red wine composed of mostly Corvina grapes, which is enhanced with a small percentage of Rondinella. This wine has a warm, spicy, powerful bouquet, which couples strong aromas of cherry, bitter almond and vanilla, and originates from Veneto, which is located in the North Eastern region of Italy. In the year 2009, it was promoted to DOCG (Denominazione Di Origine Controllata E Garantita), and gained official status as one of Italy’s most costly wines. Amarone’s literal meaning is “the great bitter”.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Red Wines in Singapore
1. Which red wine is best in Singapore?
Aside from the most recommended Cabernet Sauvignon, one of the best red wines in Singapore is Merlot. Our Merlot (2017)–Ronchi has 13% Alcohol and is soft, dry and harmonious. With its pleasant scent reminiscent of black cherry, blackberry and raspberry, this wine pairs perfectly with beef and lamb dishes.
2. Which brand is best for red wine?
It is said that Barolo and Barbaresco are the kings and queens of Italian red wine because they are made from Nebbiolo which belongs to the most ageable type of grape. Here at Carecci & Figli Singapore, we recommend our Barbaresco Manzola (2015) and Barolo (2016) for those seeking to try these notable names. Both are red wine products of Grimaldi made from 100% Nebbiolo Grapes and are a fantastic pairing with pasta dishes.
3. Which red wine is easiest to drink?
Cabernet Sauvignon is said to be the easiest red wine to drink and often introduced to many people because it is the most commonly cultivated red grape. We recommend our Bolgheri Superiore (2009) – San Maurizio red wine which is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape varieties that have intense, full notes of mixed berries, spices and cocoa – perfect to pair with pasta and poultry dishes.
4. What red wine is healthiest?
Pinot Noir is widely regarded as the healthiest red wine. This is due to its low tannins as a result of the thin skin of Pinot grapes, as well as its high levels of resveratrol. This type of red wine also has a lower ABV and fewer calories than fuller-bodied wines due to the smaller sugar content in Pinot grapes.
5. Which type of red wine is most popular?
One of the most popular red wines that is sought-after across the globe is the Gaja Barbaresco wine, produced by nebbiolo grapes that are set to age for a minimum of 2 years.