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So what exactly is Red wine? Red wine is a type of wine made from dark-colored grape varieties. The color of red wine ranges from light pink to deep purple, depending on the grape variety and winemaking techniques used. Red wine is produced by fermenting the juice of the grapes, including the skins, seeds, and stems, which gives it its characteristic color and flavor. The skins contain pigments called anthocyanins, which are responsible for the color of the wine. Red wines can be dry, semi-dry, or sweet, and they can vary in flavor depending on the grape variety, region, and winemaking style. Some popular red wine grape varieties include

Sangiovese is a red grape variety that is primarily grown in Italy, particularly in the regions of Tuscany and Umbria. It is a key component in many famous Italian wines, including: Capricci; Tenuta Le Mandorlaie's red wine, created from our 50+ year old single vineyard in Maremma Tuscany, near the sea our soils enhance our grapes to produce a fruity, full bodied and strong red that we age 12 months in the vat, 6 months in oak barrels and 3 months in the bottle. Chianti: Sangiovese is the primary grape variety used in the production of Chianti, a red wine from the Tuscany region of Italy. Chianti is known for