The best time of year to enjoy a good French red is in the spring, when the air is clear and the weather is warm.
That’s the time when red wines are produced in a concentrated form, meaning the leaves are shorter and the vines are smaller, so the wine has more carbonation.
It’s also when the grapes are first harvested, because grapes are usually the best-tasting fruit when they are first cut.
That means you can enjoy a nice wine when it’s ripe.
The best reds are those with the best flavors and aromas, and are usually sweeter and sweeter.
That doesn’t mean they have to be fancy, though.
Red wines can be really good without being too much, but there are some wines that have an edge that won’t blow your mind but will still satisfy you.