You simply cannot choose which wine is better. It all depends on the situation. Moscato, the sparkling Italian wine, with its sweet fruity, and floral flavors of Peaches and Orange Blossom, goes well as a light drink during the day. Merlot, on the other hand, a dry red wine with its velvety plummy taste layered… Continue reading Moscato vs. Merlot: The Untold Similarities, Differences & Selection Critera
Riesling and Merlot are two very different but great wines that anyone might enjoy. Riesling is a traditional white German wine that is more of a category of wine than one type of wine. Merlot is a dry French red wine that has commercial success around the world, but especially in North America. Is Riesling… Continue reading Riesling vs Merlot
The world’s second most planted red grape variety, Merlot produces rich reddish-purple colored wines. These wines have the taste of dark fruits such as: black cherries blackberry plum raspberry typically with a chocolatey finish Although Merlot is originally from the Bordeaux region of France, the grape variety is now grown in wine regions across the… Continue reading What does Merlot taste like?
Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon are two of the most popular red wines. The former is more affordable, and the latter is more highly regarded. Merlot has sweeter flavors, although it isn’t a sweet wine by any means, and Cabernet Sauvignon has a savory flavor. They are both wonderful wines for pairing with food, but Cabernet… Continue reading Merlot Vs Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay and Merlot are two of the most famous wines globally, so how do they stack up against each other? Merlot is potentially a newer wine with heavier ties to Italy, although it’s likely from France. It tastes like chocolate and can have oaky flavors when aged. Chardonnay is nearing a millennium old and tastes… Continue reading Chardonnay vs. Merlot
In general, both Merlot and Shiraz wines have only trace amounts of residual sugar. This means the actual sugar content is negligent. Merlot can still taste a bit sweeter because it’s lighter in body, whereas Shiraz often has bold, masculine flavors. Although Merlot and Shiraz aren’t the driest reds available by far, they also aren’t… Continue reading Which is Sweeter: Merlot or Shiraz?