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Wine Notes: Grape Varieties (red)

Wine Notes: Grape Varieties (red) Welcome to the second part of Grape Varieties. This time it’s all about core group of red grape varieties. Let's start with Barbera, shall we? Red Grape Varieties Barbera (pronounced bar-bear-ra) is an Italian variety with low tannins and high levels of acidity. It’s an interesting wine because it tastes… Continue reading Wine Notes: Grape Varieties (red)

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Wine Notes: Grape Varieties (white)

It is said that there are some 10,000 varieties of wine grapes in the world. Don’t be shocked as nobody knows them all, even the wine experts. However, among these, there is a core group of varietals that produce wines that most of us know. And this is the topic of my post today. Let's… Continue reading Wine Notes: Grape Varieties (white)

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Wine Notes: Process of Wine Making

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. It is not only an art but also a science. Wine making is a natural process that requires little human intervention, meaning if you put together the right ingredients in the right environment, the process will take care of the rest. However, they say that each… Continue reading Wine Notes: Process of Wine Making

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A Brief History of Wine

Wine, in short, can be described as the product of fermented grapes. Humans have been consuming and enjoying wine for thousands of years. A Brief History of Wine It's not 100% clear where wine making exactly started but historians suggest that China, Georgia and Iran in 6000 to 5000 BC could be the first sites… Continue reading A Brief History of Wine