Hailing from Burgundy, France, but also cultivated in regions like California, Oregon, and New Zealand, Pinot Noir is renowned for its light body, delicate flavors of red fruits, and earthy undertones.
Gamay grapes produce wines like Beaujolais Nouveau and Beaujolais Villages from the Beaujolais region in France. These wines are light, fruity, and best enjoyed slightly chilled.
This grape variety is grown worldwide, notably in Spain (as Garnacha) and France (as Grenache). Light-bodied Grenache wines often feature red fruit flavors and subtle spice notes.
Frequently used in blends, Cinsault produces light, aromatic wines with flavors of red berries. It's commonly found in the south of France and sometimes in other Mediterranean regions.
Originating from Sicily, Italy, Frappato produces light-bodied red wines with floral aromas, red fruit flavors, and a refreshing acidity.
Predominantly found in northern Italy's Alto Adige region, Schiava yields light red wines with bright acidity, mild tannins, and cherry-like flavors.
An Austrian grape variety that produces light to medium-bodied red wines with red fruit flavors and a spicy character.
This Austrian grape is a cross between Blaufränkisch and St. Laurent. It often creates light to medium-bodied red wines with flavors of red berries and a refreshing acidity.