Despite that there are still plenty to discover around the world in terms of wines, we list here some of those with castes that we think everyone should be able to taste at least once in a lifetime.

Ruby Port

Ruby Ports are dark red wines and are intended to keep the original properties of a good, albeit sweet, red wine. They are typically aged between 2 to 10 years in big barrels and have very little contact with the wood and almost no oxidation.

Dark chocolate is this ports best friend. Next to that a Crème Brule or cheesecake are marvelous with it. Enjoy the dark fruits and full palate feel.

Cabernet Sauvignon

Probably the most famous wine caste on Earth, Cabernet has expanded from Bordeaux into the wine world.

In common, the wines of this variety have a deep colour, good tannins, slight acidity and aromas of cassis, tomato leaf, spices and cedar wood.


Sometimes mixed up with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot is also one of the world’s most popular red wines, giving the option to produce dry, medium-bodied wine with soft tannins and juicy dark fruit flavors. Also originated in the Bordeaux region, it is also blend in red wines with cab Franc or cabernet sauvignon. It is still very popular in France but also very spreadwide becoming more and more famous in productions around the world as in Australia, Chile, Italy and Calfornia and is grown throughout the world, including Italy, California, Chile, and Australia.

Cabernet Franc

Next, a distant relative of Cabernet Sauvignon, called Cabernet Franc. This caste can produce deliciously perfumed, supple, raspberry and blackcurrant-infused red wines and is mostly used in Bordeaux productions but also in north-eastern Italy and in cooler regions of France like the Loire Valley. It is often described as having the aroma of pencil shavings.


Malbec is a red wine that relatively appeared of nowhere over the past 10 years as well as rapidly has actually turned into one of the most popular merlots on the American market. It is a merlot that is a crowd-pleaser and very easy to consume alcohol, with a lots of juicy fruit tastes. The wine has actually ended up being so popular it’s really tough to think of a time when the a glass of wine had not been almost everywhere, but its growth in appeal is really recent.

Malbec was born in France where it was largely utilized as a mixing grape in the nation’s famous Bordeaux blend. While the grape had excellent potential to be made into the pure Malbec white wine we understand today, just the French area of Cahors did so, and till just recently that white wine rarely made its way beyond the country.