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5 Classifications of Wine: Still, Sparkling & Fortified 5 Classifications of Wine: Still, Sparkling & Fortified 5 Classifications of Wine: Still, Sparkling & Fortified 5 Classifications of Wine: Still, Sparkling & Fortified

5 Classifications of Wine: Still, Sparkling & Fortified


Still Wine, Sparkling Wine, Fortified Wine, Brandy, Grappa and Vermouth are all styles of wine that differ based on their alcohol content...

What Corked Means - and Other Tricky Wine Terminology What Corked Means - and Other Tricky Wine Terminology What Corked Means - and Other Tricky Wine Terminology What Corked Means - and Other Tricky Wine Terminology

What Corked Means - and Other Tricky Wine Terminology


Corked wine simply means that the wine has been contaminated with cork taint via the presence of trichloroanisole or TCA.... Drinking a...

Wine and Wood: Combining Tradition with New Techniques Wine and Wood: Combining Tradition with New Techniques Wine and Wood: Combining Tradition with New Techniques Wine and Wood: Combining Tradition with New Techniques

Wine and Wood: Combining Tradition with New Techniques


Wines aged in oak barrels have a sophisticated and oaky set of flavors and aroma, but new-age techniques have reinvented the concept of...

Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made

Winemaking 101: How Basic Wine is Made


Exactly how is wine made? Modern wine making is both an art and a science. Once the grapes are crushed and pressed, the free run juice or...

Oak Barrel Substitutes in Winemaking Oak Barrel Substitutes in Winemaking Oak Barrel Substitutes in Winemaking Oak Barrel Substitutes in Winemaking

Oak Barrel Substitutes in Winemaking


Oak barrel substitutes can include: Oak chips and chinks, oak staves, liquid oak and oak shavings and powder. Learn about what they are,...