There are three main types of wine: white, red and rosé. They vary in how they are made, but the chief among them is Red Wine. The color and flavor of red wines occurs when the grapes used for winemaking are red or black in color, and their skins are kept on in the fermenting process.
Grapes are crushed or pressed for their juices, and when the skin and seeds are left on during the fermenting process is what turns the juice red or dark in color and gives its unique flavor. Red wines tend to be more mouthful, robust and fuller bodied in taste that whites or rosé.