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Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas

Where Wine Flavors Come From: The Science of Wine Aromas | Wine | Scoop.it

Where wine flavors come from and why some wine tastes like raspberries and vanilla. A peak into the science of wine. [...]


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john neimann's curator insight, January 7, 2015 5:22 PM

For those science oriented #winelovers  on #winewednesday

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Identifying Flavors in Wine

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Let’s break down flavors in wine and classify some familiar wine varieties so you can explore wine through flavor.

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José Eduardo's curator insight, March 6, 2014 12:36 PM

Wine made easy. The varieties could be a bit wider range and include some more international grapes in the bunch :) 

Carolyn Kyprios at Villa Miramonti, Le Marche's curator insight, March 6, 2014 3:05 PM

Very interesting and useful!

DiscoverVin's curator insight, March 6, 2014 5:28 PM

interesting and easy to understand chart ( although I am not sure what a goji berry smells like!)

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Saladini Pilastri | High Score, Low Price

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Old World wineries often trace their beginnings back a couple of hundred years. The history of Count Saladini Pilastri dates back to the year 1000; a noble family from Ascoli Piceno that boasts of a rich and fascinating past whose ancestors were priests and leaders. The deep antique roots of the family are a heredity for the present; it is a heredity of long lives of tradition over the centuries of history.

The vineyard activity has always coincided with the value and culture of the land from which it belongs. Count Saladini Pilastri's farm began three centuries ago; the land has always produced wine. Originally the tenant farmers gave up their wine to the Counts so they could age it in the so called "barriques", the famous durmast barrel. [...]


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6 Wine Making Processes & How They Affect Wine

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How do winemakers make wine taste better? Understand these 6 wine making processes in order to understand how they affect the flavor of wine.

 

Harvest dateMaceration Time (a.k.a. ‘Skin Contact’)Fermentation TemperaturePunchdowns vs. PumpoversOak vs. Steel TankCorks vs. Screwcaps
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Winemak-in's curator insight, January 28, 2014 3:23 AM

Sympa ces infographies de Winefolly pour mieux comprendre le vin. Ici, les 6 principales méthodes employées pour obtenir certains styles de vins plus ou moins fruités ou puissants.

Debbie Gioquindo,CSW's curator insight, January 31, 2014 11:20 AM

Understand how the wine making process affects the total outcome of what is in the bottle.

100 Champagnes's curator insight, May 27, 2014 4:14 PM

A little bit of technical stuff...