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Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy We can find using vessels for transporting of wine in early history of Our Civilisation. Going back in time to Mesopotamia, people were making a palm wood barrels. They...

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How to Find a wine Fault

How to Find a wine Fault

How to find a wine fault? WINE BASICS | 7 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy Cork taint, TCA (2,4,6- Trichloroanisole) Is the most common wine fault attributed to natural corks, but its not the only one. Its a compund with very strong odour that can...

Do you really know chardonnay?

Do you really know chardonnay?

Do You really know Chardonnay? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 7 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy DNA analysis by Dr. Carole Meredith from the University of California at Davis proves that Chardonnay is a cross of ancient grape varietal called Gouais Blanc (white color)...

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy We can find using vessels for transporting of wine in early history of Our Civilisation. Going back in time to Mesopotamia, people were making a palm wood barrels. They...

How to Taste Wine – Intro to Sensory Evaluation

How to Taste Wine – Intro to Sensory Evaluation

When you ask yourself – how will this glass of wine taste? You have to keep in mind that perception of taste will be different from person to person. For instance, if someone tells you that they can smell or taste a specific flavor (note), that doesn’t mean that you will as well.

How to Store Wine

How to Store Wine

Centuries ago, wines were stored in caves or underground cellars in France for long periods of time before they were opened for merrymaking. The simple reason is that wine can easely get spoiled and therefor requires the most ideal conditions for storage: dark, humid, still, and cool surroundings.

How Wine is Made

How Wine is Made

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. It is not only an art but also a science. It represents a natural process that requires little human intervention, but each wine maker guides the process through different techniques. In general, there are five basic components of the wine making process.

History of Wine

History of Wine

Wine production is said to date back to around 6000BC as archaeologists have been able to identify cultivated grapes from ancient seeds found in the Turkey, Georgia, Armenia area. But records of wine only really start to exist from accounts of life in Ancient Egypt and, later on, Ancient Greece.

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Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy We can find using vessels for transporting of wine in early history of Our Civilisation. Going back in time to Mesopotamia, people were making a palm wood barrels. They...

read more
How to Find a wine Fault

How to Find a wine Fault

How to find a wine fault? WINE BASICS | 7 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy Cork taint, TCA (2,4,6- Trichloroanisole) Is the most common wine fault attributed to natural corks, but its not the only one. Its a compund with very strong odour that can...

Do you really know chardonnay?

Do you really know chardonnay?

Do You really know Chardonnay? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 7 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy DNA analysis by Dr. Carole Meredith from the University of California at Davis proves that Chardonnay is a cross of ancient grape varietal called Gouais Blanc (white color)...

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine?

Why we use barrels to produce wine? WINE BASICS | 6 MIN READ JANUARY 9 | 2019 AUTHOR | Kris Graczy We can find using vessels for transporting of wine in early history of Our Civilisation. Going back in time to Mesopotamia, people were making a palm wood barrels. They...

How to Taste Wine – Intro to Sensory Evaluation

How to Taste Wine – Intro to Sensory Evaluation

When you ask yourself – how will this glass of wine taste? You have to keep in mind that perception of taste will be different from person to person. For instance, if someone tells you that they can smell or taste a specific flavor (note), that doesn’t mean that you will as well.

How to Store Wine

How to Store Wine

Centuries ago, wines were stored in caves or underground cellars in France for long periods of time before they were opened for merrymaking. The simple reason is that wine can easely get spoiled and therefor requires the most ideal conditions for storage: dark, humid, still, and cool surroundings.

How Wine is Made

How Wine is Made

Wine making has been around for thousands of years. It is not only an art but also a science. It represents a natural process that requires little human intervention, but each wine maker guides the process through different techniques. In general, there are five basic components of the wine making process.

History of Wine

History of Wine

Wine production is said to date back to around 6000BC as archaeologists have been able to identify cultivated grapes from ancient seeds found in the Turkey, Georgia, Armenia area. But records of wine only really start to exist from accounts of life in Ancient Egypt and, later on, Ancient Greece.

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2019 © • Sommelier Group

Sommelier Group is a collection of wine professionals dedicated in promoting excellence and wine education for professionals and enthusiasts alike.

2019 © • Sommelier Group

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