Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of a selection of fruits, predominantly grapes. The English word ‘wine’ comes from the Latin word ‘vinum’ which translates to ‘grapevine.’ A fitting translation, the fermentation of these grapes requires no addition of sugars, enzymes or other unnatural ingredients, making it a popular dinner choice among men and women alike. There is also a popular view among consumers that drinking wine is a form of relaxation and reiterates its popularity as an enjoyable alcoholic beverage. The three different variants of red, white and rose each have different selection processes and serving preferences. The names of each wine usually correlates to the region they initially inhabited and the type of grape used.