Sorry for the probably common question - search, and looking at the first 5 or so pages of this forum didn't answer.
I prefer (and make) red wine mostly, but a look at my bottle collection shows a surprising number of white wine bottles (probably mostly for when I have others over; I like experimenting with boxes for my own wine).
I know the difference in shapes of bottles - the Bordeaux shape is designed to catch the sediment in reds. Beyond that though, I have a lot of amber and clear bottles, and a few Champagne bottles. Is it OK to bottle (and age) red wines in these bottles?
If I did, they would be the bottles I plan to use for personal consumption, and can expect to do a pretty good job of keeping them in a dark area (and not on top of stacks).