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  • Can sound waves actually make wine taste better?

    Can sound waves actually make wine taste better?

    (WP) - The process in which a select few generally more expensive wines become better with age has long been, even to this day, steeped in mystery. The time it takes for any wine to reach its peak in taste, for instance, depends on several factors, such as grape variety as well as the region a...
  • Tutiac winery experiences of producing the full bodied wine

    Tutiac winery experiences of producing the full bodied wine

    Vintage 2014 the premium  wine producer of AOC in France is testing a new approach. A different wine without exceptional, in perspective. Explanations Only a vinification of red wine is fermented in vats in which operate the two fermentations: alcoholic fermentation at first, and then mal...
  • QUESTION OF THE DAY. How many calories is in your  drink?

    QUESTION OF THE DAY. How many calories is in your drink?

    The display of the number of calories on bottles of alcohol would be beneficial in the fight against obesity, according to a British study. According to the RSPH, three quarters of respondents do not know the caloric value of a glass of wine, beer or cocktail. DISPLAY . Around 10% of cal...
  • 10 things winemakers won’t tell you

    10 things winemakers won’t tell you

    (MW) - 1. You’ll be just as happy with the cheap stuff We’re number one! In 2013, Americans consumed 321 million cases of wine—up 15% from 2005, according to research firm Impact Databank. That solidified our status as the world’s top wine-drinking nation in terms of ...
  • Obama's Immigration Plan May Change the Picking Order

    Obama's Immigration Plan May Change the Picking Order

    (Wine-Searcher) - The president's immigrant plan might hurt rather than help the wine industry. California vineyard owners have long used workers from Mexico – with and without visas – to pick grapes. "Hand-harvested grapes are a luxury that would not exist without th...
  • China loves red wine, but white may become more popular

    China loves red wine, but white may become more popular

    (SCMP) - China adores red wine. If I was asked to pick one annoying mantra of a great many writers, consultants and educators (the "vintelligentsia"), it would be that. It's not surprising, since anywhere from 80 to 90 per cent of what is in the market is red. But what is surpris...

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