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Some blogs about wine. Because it is very popular around the world. Wine is an alcoholic drink obtained by the fermentation of grapes, fruit of the wine vine. The transformation of grapes into wine is called vinification. Wine is the drink obtained by the natural fermentation of ripe grape juice (transformation of the sugars of the fruit into alcohol under the biochemical action of yeasts ... These were undoubtedly the Greeks from Marseilles who established the first vineyard in Gallic soil, at the beginning of the 6th century BC. After having been the object of a flourishing trade for several centuries, this wine undergoes the competition of the wine of Roman Italy From the 3rd century BC A good wine generally has a brilliant and intense color. In addition, the color of the dress is an indication of the age of the vintage. Thus, for red wines, the more the color tends towards red orange the older the vintage; a rather purple color will be the sign of a young cru. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. of the Mediterranean basin, in particular in Italy, then in G aule in 600 BC. The birthplace of vines and wine is in Armenia. Between 1500 and 500 BC, the vine became an essential element of agriculture for the Greeks. They established it throughout the Mediterranean basin, particularly in Italy, then in Gaul in 600 BC. Good reading ! For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services and ask for your free quote.
- Cooking pig head September 18, 2021A sudden urge for Gargantuan food This was in a supermarket in the Cher valley when I was looking looking for meat and I stumbled upon this gorgeous [I mean for meat/pork lovers like many of us are] pig head....
- Anders Frederik Steen, Ardèche (Rhône) August 27, 2021Anders Frederik Steen in front of his village house Valvignères, Ardèche (Rhône) We know that in the world of natural wine many of these vignerons who make a difference are outsiders, like coming from large cities and often with a...
- Domaine Ozil, Ardèche (Rhône) July 28, 2021Thomas Ozil with wife Laura Lagorce, Aredèche (Rhône) Always happy to come back to this inspiring hilly region of Ardèche where there are these vibrant vignerons making wines that go down so easily. This time we stopped at Domaine Ozil...
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- Wine Folly Wine Club 003 – Aging Vessels September 10, 2021This month's wine club shipment theme is "Aging Vessels: Oak, Stainless, Concrete." We'll be tasting four wines that each use a different aging method to understand how aging affects wine taste. Wine Folly - Learn about wine.
- Opening 40-Year-Old Wine (Video) August 26, 2021Opening old vintage wine is a once in a lifetime experience. Here are some things we learned while opening 40 year old wine. Get ready for a few surprises! Wine Folly - Learn about wine.
- Taste Argentina – Learn By Drinking Course August 10, 2021Learn about and taste 6 amazing Argentina wines in a guided tasting course with wine expert Madeline Puckette. Wine Folly - Learn about wine.
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- Best Songs About Wine: 70+ Songs with Wine Lyrics June 28, 2021All your favorite songs about wine and wine lyrics all in one spot.
- 11 Wine Tasting Palate Cleansers that Actually Work May 31, 2021The best way to cleanse your palate for wine tasting. Cleansing your palate helps you understand each wine without the influence of the wine before it.
- Tapas and Wine Pairing: 10 Best Spanish Wines to Try May 30, 2021The best wines with Spanish tapas. Tapas and wine pairing guide.
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- Ask the wine scribes: Low Intervention Winemaking? August 23, 2021What is considered manipulation in winemaking? You’ve probably heard us applaud winemakers for their low intervention or minimal manipulation winemaking techniques. Recently we were asked what that really means. To start, it depends how you literally you want to define the term manipulation. If you think about winemaking, the winemaker doesn’t just sit back and […]
- How to: Canopy Management August 4, 2021Canopy management is an essential task of every vineyard manager, especially during the summer. The post How to: Canopy Management appeared first on Wine Scribes | Discover the Best Boutique Wine Producers in the world - Best Wine Travel blog website.
- Ask the Wine Scribes: Minerality July 23, 2021The term minerality is widely used in the wine world. But what does it really mean? The post Ask the Wine Scribes: Minerality appeared first on Wine Scribes | Discover the Best Boutique Wine Producers in the world - Best Wine Travel blog website.
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- 2019 Louis Jadot Macon-Villages Chardonnay September 18, 2021There are not a lot of places to look for value wine buys in Burgundy nowadays, but Macon Villages and the entire Maconnais region still hits the mark for me. I really love the style of these Macon Villages wines and they remain perhaps among the best values you’ll find in white Burgundy and French […]
- 2018 J de Villebois Pinot Noir September 15, 2021I bought this bottle while looking for wines we’ve never reviewed in the Pinot Noir section at my Costco. We just reviewed the Wapisa Pinot Noir from Patagonia that we really enjoyed ($15, 89 points). Prior to that we reviewed the Oyster Bay Pinot Noir which was $11.99 and we rated that 89 points as […]
- 2017 Lamadrid Cabernet Franc Reserva September 11, 2021Here’s another interesting Costco wine find – a single vineyard Cabernet Franc from Mendoza, Argentina. This wine also appeared in Wine Enthusiast’s 2019 list of “Top 100 Cellar Selections” (in spot #88, recommendation to drink until 2030) and the outlet rated the wine a nice 92 points. Suckling also went 93 points on it. Retail […]
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