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These are listed alphabetically by wine category/grape varietal.

Argentina & Chile (Red Blends)

Australian (Red Blend)

Austria (St. Laurent & Zweigelt) (Red)

Barbera (US)

Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Sauvignon

Carmenere

Charbono

French - Beaujolais

French - Bordeaux

French - Other (Red Blend)

French - Rhone (Red Blend)

German Reds

Greek (Red)

Grenache

Italian (Piedmont) Red

Italian (Tuscany) Red

Italy (Other Regional Reds)

Malbec

Merlot

Petit Verdot

Petite Sirah

Pinot Meunier

Pinot Noir

Pinotage

Portugal Red

Sangiovese (US)

South African (Red Blend)

Spanish Red

Syrah & Shiraz (Other than French)

Tempranillo

US Red Blend

Zinfandel





Cork Lore: A cork tree must be at least 25 years old before its bark can be harvested the first time, but it cannot be used for wine stoppers until the third harvest. Cork trees can be stripped of their bark no more than every 9 to 12 years. In one harvest, enough cork is removed from the average tree to make 4,000 wine stoppers.

Source: Wine Lover's 2012 Calendar (Page a Day Calendar)

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