Wine Names from A to Z: Your Ultimate Guide

Welcome, dear wine lover, to the intricate world of vino, where each bottle tells a story of its origin, history, and unique flavor. In this all-encompassing guide, our goal is to take you on a captivating journey exploring the various wine names from A to Z. Every sip you take will be a new discovery!

As we commence this journey, know that it’s authored by a team of certified sommeliers, viticulture experts, and wine enthusiasts. Our shared passion for wine, coupled with extensive industry experience, will ensure you receive the most authoritative and trustworthy information.

A

  • Agiorgitiko
  • Aglianico
  • Airén
  • Albariño
  • Albillo
  • Aleatico
  • Alfrocheiro
  • Alicante Bouschet
  • Aligoté
  • Amarone
  • Ambulo Blanco
  • Alvarelhȃo
  • Ansonica
  • Aragónez
  • Aramon
  • Arinto
  • Arneis
  • Arrufiac
  • Aspiran
  • Assyrtiko
  • Asti
  • Athiri
  • Aubun
  • Aurore
  • Auxerrois
  • Avesso
  • Azal

B

  • Bacchus
  • Baco
  • Baga
  • Baiyu
  • Barbarossa
  • Barbera
  • Barolo
  • Bastardo
  • Beaujolais
  • Bergeron
  • Bianco d’Alessano
  • Bical
  • Blau
  • Blauburger
  • Blauburgunder
  • Blaufränkish
  • Boal
  • Bobal
  • Bonarda
  • Bondola
  • Bordeaux
  • Borraçal
  • Bosco
  • Bouchet
  • Bourboulenc
  • Bovale
  • Brachetto
  • Brancellao
  • Braquet
  • Breton
  • Brunello
  • Burger
  • Burgunder
  • Burgundy

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C

  • Cabernet Franc
  • Cabernet Gernischt
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Cabernet Severny
  • Calabrese
  • Callet
  • Camarate
  • Caminante Blanc
  • Caminare Noir
  • Canaiolo
  • Connonau
  • Cape Riesling
  • Cardinal
  • Carignan
  • Carmenere
  • Carricante
  • Castelȁo
  • Catarratto
  • Catawba
  • Cava
  • Cayuga White
  • Cencibel
  • Cercial
  • Cereza
  • Cesanese
  • Chablis
  • Chambourcin
  • Champagne
  • Charbono
  • Chardonel
  • Chardonnay
  • Chasan
  • Chaselas
  • Chelois
  • Chenin
  • Chianti
  • Chiavennasca
  • Cienna
  • Cinsaut
  • Clairette
  • Cococciola
  • Colombard
  • Concord
  • Cortese
  • Corvina
  • Corvinone
  • Cot
  • Cremant
  • Criolla Chica
  • Criolla Grande
  • Crljenak Kastelansk
  • Crouchen

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D

  • Dolcetto
  • Doña Blanca
  • Dornfelder
  • Douce Noire
  • Durif
  • Dutchess

E

  • Ehrenfelser
  • Encruzado
  • Erbaluce
  • Esgana Cȁo
  • Espadeiro

 

F

  • Falanghina
  • Fernȁo Pires
  • Fetească
  • Fiano
  • Folle Blanche
  • Folle Noire
  • Forcallat tinta
  • Frappato
  • Frascati
  • Freisa
  • French Colombard
  • Friulano
  • Fromenteau
  • Frontenac
  • Fumé blanc
  • Furmint

G

  • Gaglioppo
  • Gamay Noir
  • Garanoir
  • Garganega
  • Garnacha
  • Garnacha Blanca
  • Garnacha Peluda
  • Garnacha Tintorera
  • Gewürztraminer
  • Glera
  • Godello
  • Goldburger
  • Goldmuskateller
  • Gordo
  • Gouais Blanc
  • Graciano
  • Gran Negro
  • Granaccia
  • Grasevina
  • Grau
  • Grauburgunder
  • Grecanico Dorato
  • Grechetto
  • Greco
  • Greco Bianco
  • Greco Nero
  • Grenache Blanc
  • Grenache Noir
  • Grignolino
  • Grillo
  • Gringet
  • Grolleau Noir
  • Groslot
  • Gro Manseng
  • Grüner Veltliner

H

  • Hanepoot
  • Harriague
  • Hárslevelü
  • Herbemont
  • Hondarrabi Beltza
  • Hondarrabi Zuri

I

  • Ice Wine
  • Inzolia
  • Isabella

J

  • Jaen
  • Jakot
  • Juan García

K

  • Kadarka
  • Kalecik Karasi
  • Kanzler
  • Kekfrankos
  • Kerner
  • Kevedinka
  • Klevener de Heiligenstein
  • Klevner
  • Koshu
  • Kotsifali
  • Kövidinka

L

  • La Crosse
  • Labrusca
  • Lagrein
  • Lambrusco
  • Lemberger
  • Listan
  • Listan Negro
  • Loureiro

M

  • Macabeo
  • Madeira
  • Madrasa
  • Malaga Blanc
  • Malagousia
  • Malbec
  • Malvasia
  • Malvoisie
  • Manseng Noir
  • Manto Negro
  • Marechal Foch
  • Maria Gomes
  • Marquette
  • Marsala
  • Marsanne
  • Marselan
  • Marzemino
  • Mataro
  • Maturana Blanca
  • Mauzac
  • Mavrodaphne
  • Mavrud
  • Mazuelo
  • Melon de Bourgogne
  • Merlot
  • Molinara
  • Monastrell
  • Montepulciano
  • Morava
  • Morillon
  • Morio Muskat
  • Moscadello
  • Moscato
  • Mourvèdre
  • Müller-Thurgau
  • Muscadelle
  • Muscadel
  • Muscat
  • Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains
  • Muscat Canelli
  • Muscat Ottonel

N

  • Nebbiolo
  • Negroamaro
  • Nerello Mascalese
  • Nero d’Avola
  • Nero di Troia
  • Nielluccio
  • Norton

O

  • Ondenc
  • Ortega
  • Ortrugo
  • Oseleta

P

  • Pallagrello
  • Parellada
  • Pecorino
  • Pedro Ximénez
  • Perricone
  • Petit Manseng
  • Petit Verdot
  • Petite Pearl
  • Petite Sirah
  • Picardan
  • Picpoul
  • Piedirosso
  • Pignolo
  • Pinot Blanc
  • Pinot Gris/Grigio
  • Pinot Meunier
  • Pinot Noir
  • Pinotage
  • Piquepoul
  • Poulsard
  • Primitivo
  • Prosecco

Q

  • Qvidiello

R

  • Rabigato
  • Raboso
  • Ramisco
  • Retsina
  • Ribolla Gialla
  • Riesling
  • Rkatsiteli
  • Roditis
  • Romorantin
  • Rondinella
  • Rosenmuskateller
  • Rossese
  • Roussanne
  • Roussette
  • Ruché
  • Rufete

S

  • Sagrantino
  • Sangiovese
  • Saperavi
  • Sauvignon Blanc
  • Sauvignon Gris
  • Savagnin
  • Scheurebe
  • Schiava
  • Schönburger
  • Sémillon
  • Shiraz/Syrah
  • Silvaner
  • Smederevka
  • Sousão
  • Spätburgunder
  • St. Laurent
  • Susumaniello
  • Sylvaner
  • Syrah

T

  • Tannat
  • Tempranillo
  • Teroldego
  • Tibouren
  • Tinta Amarela
  • Tinta Barroca
  • Tinta Cão
  • Tinta Roriz
  • Tinta de Toro
  • Tinto Cão
  • Tinto Fino
  • Tocai Friulano
  • Torrontés
  • Touriga Franca
  • Touriga Nacional
  • Traminer
  • Trebbiano
  • Treixadura
  • Trollinger
  • Trousseau
  • Trousseau Gris

U

  • Ugni Blanc
  • Ull de Llebre

V

  • Valdiguié
  • Verdejo
  • Verdelho
  • Verdicchio
  • Vermentino
  • Vernaccia
  • Vespaiolo
  • Vidal
  • Vignoles
  • Vinho Verde
  • Viognier
  • Viosinho
  • Vital
  • Viura
  • Vranec

W

  • Welschriesling
  • Weissburgunder

X

  • Xarel-lo
  • Xinomavro

Y

  • Yapincak

Z

  • Zalema
  • Zéta
  • Zibibbo
  • Zierfandler
  • Zinfandel
  • Zlahtina
  • Zweigelt

And so we move through the alphabet, each letter opening up a new world of fascinating flavors, from the lush and aromatic Viognier and the quintessentially Spanish Tempranillo, to the opulent Zinfandel, hailed as America’s heritage grape.

Navigating the extensive world of wines can be an exhilarating adventure. Yet, we understand it can also be somewhat daunting. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a few of the most commonly asked questions about wines:

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the difference between Old World and New World wines?

A: Old World wines refer to those produced in regions with a long history of wine production, like Europe. They typically have lower alcohol content and more acidity. New World wines come from countries like the US, Australia, and Argentina, and are often fruitier, with higher alcohol content.

Q: How do I correctly store wine?

A: Most wines should be stored at a temperature of about 55°F (13°C). They should be kept away from light and vibrations, and the bottles should be placed horizontally to keep the cork moist.

Q: What’s the proper way to taste wine?

A: First, observe the color and clarity of the wine. Next, smell the wine to detect its different aromas. Finally, take a sip, let it coat your mouth, and try to identify the flavors.

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