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Wine growing and wine types

Wine growing and wine types

including quality, handling and care, uses of wine.

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Published by Wine Advisory Board in San Francisco, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesWine handbook series -- no.2
ContributionsWine Advisory Board.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14287420M

  The top choices of this year’s wine books include an essential Champagne guide, an argument to organize wine by soil type and a thin volume of advice. Rioja – An iconic Spainish wine region, Rioja is known for producing age-worthy Tempranillo-driven red wines. White Rioja wines blend Malvasia and Viura with a handful of other white varieties.

  Terroir and the Importance of Climate to Winegrape Production. Wine is the result of myriad influences that are often embodied in the concept of terroir, a term which attempts to capture all of the environmental and cultural influences in growing grapes and making r is derived from the Latin “terra” or “territorium” and its first modern definition appears as “a stretch of. Wine - Wine - Species and varieties: Vitis vinifera, probably originating in the Caucasus Mountains, is the principal wine-producing plant, with most of the world’s wine still made from varieties of this species. V. labrusca and V. rotundifolia have been domesticated in the eastern United States, the domestication of V. amurensis has been reported in Japan, and various interspecies hybrids.

“Introduction to Growing Grapes and Wine Making” right now. Plus the two BONUS BOOKS. You’ll be thrilled with “Introduction To Growing Grapes and Wine Making” and you’ll be overjoyed by how much fun it it is to grow your own grapes, make your own wine and then serve it to your family and friends.   Chardonnay: Chardonnay is a medium to full-bodied white wine that is grown globally but holds its own as the most popular wine varietal in America. The best types of Chardonnay are oaked-aged and have a buttery mouthfeel. Crisp fruit flavors like apple and pear are combined with citrus aromas and hints of spice and vanilla.


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Pinot Noir. Cabernet Sauvignon. Most rosé wines also gain their colour from ‘skin contact’ with black grapes, but typically for a much shorter time than for red wines, hence their paler pink colour. Rosé wines are usually best served like white wines – chilled, in smaller glasses. It details all the procedures required to make your own wine from any type of wine grape.

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