Known for its light body and delicate flavors of red fruits like cherry, raspberry, and strawberry. Regions like Burgundy (France), Willamette Valley (Oregon), and Sonoma Coast (California) produce excellent Pinot Noir.
Light-bodied with bright acidity, offering flavors of red berries, especially cherry and cranberry. Beaujolais Nouveau is a popular young and fruity expression of this wine.
Often found in blends, Grenache can have a lighter body with red fruit flavors, gentle tannins, and a hint of spice. It's prominent in regions like Southern Rhône (France), Priorat (Spain), and McLaren Vale (Australia).
Known for its light body, low tannins, and flavors of red berries and floral notes. It's often used in blends, particularly in the South of France and some regions in South Africa.
An indigenous Italian grape variety found in regions like Alto Adige, producing light-bodied wines with red fruit flavors, floral aromas, and gentle tannins.
From Sicily, this grape creates light and fragrant wines with notes of red cherry, herbs, and floral elements.
An Austrian grape variety that produces light-bodied red wines with red fruit flavors, often resembling a lighter version of Pinot Noir.
Another Austrian grape, a cross between Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent, known for its light to medium body, juicy red fruit flavors, and refreshing acidity.