That is the little stopper that sits on the barrel's side that allows you to add wine or siphon off wine as needed. For aeration or clarification. Audible Download Audiobooks. User Tip.
A French wine merchant who buys grapes and vinifies them, or buys wines and combines them, bottles the result under his own label and ships them. We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. See questions and answers.
The smell that a wine develops after it has been bottled and aged. Metallic tasting. Shining Leaf Chafer.
Checkered Beetle. Refers to a wine's clarity, not color. Big Dipper Firefly. The process of removing particles from wine after fermentation. A delimited, geographical grape-growing area that has officially been given appellation status by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.
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The process by which yeast converts sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide; turns grape juice into wine. Most appropriate for mature wines that have developed complex flavors beyond basic young fruit and oak aromas.
Used by some wineries as a measurement of ripeness in relation to acidity.
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Having the taste of raisins from ultra-ripe or overripe grapes. Ashy Gray Lady Beetle. Sediment remaining in a barrel or tank during and after fermentation. Normally, a fine, mature wine should not be bitter on the palate.
Limp, feeble, lackluster.
Having an off-putting moldy or mildewy smell.