There are red grapes with white flesh.
That would be Pinot Noir plus a few others.
That’s one of the varieties they use to make champagne.
Which is…basically a white wine. With fizz.
(If you want to know the others, suggestions on a $50 bill, ta very much).
Harvest and press really quickly before the skins have too much contact with the grape juice.
Leave the juice to soak up the redness from the skins and you get…..drumroll… red wine.
With Dornfelder and its ilk, you get red wine.
And why are these the best grapes in the world?
Well, coming from Klaawinnerum, they can’t be anything else…