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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.
- Hoop Wines (Mátra, Hungary) June 10, 2022Zoltán Németi & Zoltán Kerekes Gyöngyöspata, Mátra (Hungary) This was really a quick visit here, we're here at Hoop Wines which is run by two childhood friends, Zoltán Németi and Zoltán Kerekes who make wine from a small overall surface...Foteyes
- Mátyás Páger (Mátra) June 6, 2022Mátyás Páger in his cellar Gyöngyöspata, Mátra (Hungary) Here we are again in the village of Gyöngyöspata in the Mátra wine region, and it was a short stroll from one cellar street to another and we reached this haven of...Foteyes
- Balazs Palya (Mátra) May 26, 2022Balázs & Julianna in a parcel Szűcsi, Mátra (Hungary) We're here in a village named Szűcsi (pronounce sweetchie or something like that) which sits along a gentle slope surrounded by vineyards (see the pic on the left, best viewpoint on...Foteyes
- The Handy Guide to Wine and Steak Pairing October 1, 2021Wine and Steak is one of the essential pairings in your wine journey. Tuck your napkin into your collar and explore the wines and the cuts.
- Taste Napa Valley – Learn By Drinking course September 21, 2021Start learning today about Napa Valley wines through a guided tasting course with wine expert Madeline Puckette.
- Wine Folly Wine Club 003 – Aging Vessels September 21, 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.
- Chardonnay Food Pairing: 30 Best Foods with Oaked and Unoaked Chardonnay October 3, 2022The best paired dishes with the world's most popular white wine, Chardonnay.Anna Maria
- Pinot Noir Food Pairing: 30 Best Foods that Pair with Pinot Noir May 2, 2022I’m not going to lie, I’ve put off this Pinot Noir food pairing guide for quite some time. Believe it or not, even after nearly 2 decades in the wine industry, I’m still a little intimidated by Pinot Noir. That’s mostly because some of the best (and most expensive!) wines in the world are made… Read […]Anna Maria
- The Most Complete Cabernet Sauvignon Food Pairing Guide (2022) March 27, 2022Eveything you ned to know to make great food pairings with Cabernet Sauvignon. Includes classic steak dishes as well as vegetarian dishes, salads, and appetizers that pair with Cab.Anna Maria
- Startup Winemakers: Teddi Fuller September 12, 2022Learn about Startup Winemaker Teddi Fuller's backstory and how she came to produce her own label. The post Startup Winemakers: Teddi Fuller appeared first on Wine Scribes | Wine Routes of the World - Find the World's Best Small Wineries.winescribes
- The Top Wine Tours in the Okanagan Valley August 31, 2022Guest post by Reuter Kotler Real Estate Team The Okanagan Valley contains many vineyards encompassing around 85 percent of British Columbia’s acreage. This area is highly regarded as BC’s premier grape-growing region and expands across several sub-regions. Due to the climate and soil diversity here, several types of wines hail from the region, ranging from […]winescribes
- 5 Great Small Vineyards in Maryland’s Eastern Shore Region August 31, 2022Guest post by Bob & Ronna Chew There are 12 amazing wineries on the Chesapeake Wine Trail, and a few are genuinely remarkable. Due to the coast’s fertile soil, many types of grapes are grown here, meaning various kinds of wines can be produced in the region. Those seeking to spend an afternoon visiting the […]winescribes
- 2019 Kirkland Signature Toscana October 5, 2022Look what we found making a surprise appearance back in Costco stores. The last time we saw this bottle was back in 2018 with the 2014 vintage. We thought this might be a one and done Kirkland bottling, but here we are five vintages later and it’s back. The price went up $1 to $14.99. […]Editor
- 2021 Bec Hardy Sauvignon Blanc October 1, 2022When we’re perusing the Costco wine aisles, there’s usually 3-4 bottles we’re on the lookout for, either reader recommendations, or Kirkland wines we expect to be dropping. In addition we’re always on the lookout for wines we’ve never seen carried at Costco before. Or at least bottles that haven’t appeared in the stores we frequent […]Editor
- 2018 Durant & Booth Bourbon Barrel Aged Cabernet Sauvignon September 28, 2022We’re not always fans of bourbon barrel aged wines. They really can run the gamut from amazing to undrinkable, at least for our tastes, which skew more traditional and old world. But nonetheless, this bottle found its way into our Costco cart. And it actually turned out to be on the more enjoyable side of […]Editor
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