26 Differences Between People Who Drink Red Wine & White Wine

Women and wine have a great relationship. Wine will always be there for comfort during the toughest of times or for the best celebratory occasions. It’s a girl’s best friend. Just like a good man can make you feel sexy, confident and sophisticated, so can a fine wine, but without the hassle.

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Wine can fix almost anything. It’s the perfect pick-me-up for when you’re feeling down, the best sedative for relieving stress, the melatonin for the nights you can’t sleep. It’s what you look forward to at the end of a long workday and what gets you through the next. It’s pure bliss in a bottle.

Whether you enjoy winding down after a long day with an aromatic glass of cabernet or a refreshing glass of sauvignon blanc, your wine preference says a lot about who you are as a person. Here are what seem to be the key differences between people who drink red wine and white wine:


 

1. Red wine drinkers are romantics; white wine drinkers are realists.

2. Red wine drinkers have traditional taste; white wine drinkers prefer modern things.

3. Red wine drinkers enjoy classical hits, while white wine drinkers listen to the Top 100.

4. Red wine drinkers are more serious; white wine drinkers are more carefree.

5. Red wine drinkers don’t mind nights in; white wine drinkers are social butterflies.

6. Red wine drinkers vacation in Europe, while white wine drinkers go to tropical islands.

7. Red wine drinkers enjoy romance movies; white wine drinkers like comedies.

8. Red wine drinkers eat chocolate; white wine drinkers eat fruit.

9. Red wine drinkers watch mysteries; white wine drinkers watch reality TV.

10. Red wine drinkers are reserved, while white wine drinkers are the life of the party.

11. Red wine drinkers enjoy Broadway plays; white wine drinkers enjoy concerts.

12. Red wine drinkers don’t mind the winter; white wine drinkers prefer the summer.

13. Red wine drinkers wear heels; white wine drinkers wear sandals.

14. Red wine drinkers like to read curled up by the fire, while white wine drinkers like to read on the beach.

15. Red wine drinkers like small, intimate gatherings; white wine drinkers enjoy large, festive parties.

16. Red wine drinkers go for strolls in the park; white wine drinkers enjoy walking along the shoreline.

17. Red wine drinkers are deep thinkers; white wine drinkers aren’t afraid to speak their mind.

18. Red wine drinkers prefer serious relationships; white wine drinkers don’t mind having fun flings.

19. Red wine drinkers love Italian food, while white wine drinkers enjoy seafood.

20. Red wine drinkers prefer candlelit dinners; white wine drinkers enjoy eating outside.

21. Red wine drinkers like to dress up; white wine drinkers keep it casual.

22. Red wine drinkers like vineyards; white wine drinkers like gardens.

23. Red wine drinkers are conservative; white wine drinkers are liberal.

24. Red wine drinkers like their coffee hot, while white wine drinkers prefer iced coffee.

25. Red wine drinkers prefer roses; white wine drinkers like sunflowers.

26. Red wine drinkers relish in the finer things in life; white wine drinkers enjoy simplicity.


 

Truth be told, sometimes people are red wine drinkers one day and white wine drinkers the next, so there’s likely a little bit of both in all of us. Either way… drink up!

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Katherine Falzon

Katherine (aka Kat) is a Communication and Media Studies major with a concentration in Journalism at Fordham University. As a Jersey girl at heart and beach native, she looks forward to summers down the shore, going for runs along the coastline, and reading Nicholas Sparks romance novels. In her downtime, Katherine enjoys playing the guitar and writing for pleasure. Katherine plans on continuing to pursue her passion for music and writing in hopes of someday landing her dream career. Follow her Instagram @kat_falzon

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