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The Top 5 Vineyard Soils in the World

The black soil is reputed to deliver water to the vines very slowly...The Medoc region of Bordeaux is known for excellent Cabernet...
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Viticulture: The Stages of Wine Grape Cultivation

A detailed account of the science of viticulture and enology, these stages of cultivation and after-harvest winery processes make up the...
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Pineau de Charentes: The Success Story of an Aperitif

The Charentes and Charente Maritime regions of south-west France are noted for two fine alcoholic beverages, Pineau de Charentes a...
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What Criteria Is Organic Wine Required to Meet in Europe?

European organic production covers an area of over 150 hectares with Italy, Spain and France the leading organic wine producers. The...
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Does Your Wine Smell Like Rotten Eggs

The rotten egg smell in wine is caused by sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. It can be removed by..... The reduction problem of rotten...
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When to Decant Wine

Knowing when to decant wine can be tricky, these tips will help you decide on which wines to decant and why decanting is necessary for some...
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Introduction to Argentinian Wine

While Malbec remains the country’s most recognized grape variety, the country also offers a mixture of reds in the way of Bonarda, Syrah,...
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Are Claret and Bordeaux the Same?

A Bordeaux wine is one that that has been produced in the Bordeaux, France. Claret continues to be a generic term for Bordeaux red wine....
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How Terroir Affects Wine

While terroir itself has no defined flavor, how terroir affects wine is determined by a combination of soil, climate, temperature,...
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Understanding Wine Varietals

Wine varieties are simply the type or types of grapes used to make wine, these are usually categorized by color and genetic familial traits...

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