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Malolactic Fermentation by Stacy Slinkard

Malolactic fermentation is a part of the vinification process for the vast majority of red wines and a handful of white wines. Malolactic fermentation is largely associated with Chardonnay and is the main reason that Chardonnay can exhibit a buttery component on the nose and palate.What is Malolactic Fermentation? Basically, malolactic fermentation is a secondary Read more…

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A Sweet Summer Night in Milan by TheEngineer

A Sweet Summer Night in Milan by TheEngineer (Wine Board Online Forum) I’ve been in Milan now for a few days on business. Most of my meals have been fruitlessly tossed away in search of the perfect pizza Margerita or on light meals trying to keep my ample stomach from being, well, more ample. Last Read more…

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Wine Tasting 101: Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is a white grape, originating from the Loire Valley in Central Western France. These days, SB is being produced by just about every major wine appellation, including New Zealand, California, Washington, South Africa just to name a few. Sauvignon Blanc is a dry (not overly dry like a chardonnay) white wine with distinct Read more…

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South African Wines in London by TheEngineer

Back in the UK this week where I am spending more and more of my time. I tend to stay in London in an area called Grosvner Square which is on the West side of London and located immediately between the shopping districts of Oxford Street and Knightsbridge. This usually presents no problem for me Read more…

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Cabernet Sauvignon 101 – Wine Tasting Party Tips

Cabernet Sauvignon is widely accepted as the premier red wine varietals in the world. The small, dark, thick-skinned grapes planted wherever red wine grapes grow except in the Northern fringes such as Germany. It is part of the great red Médoc wines of France, and among the finest reds in Australia, California and Chile. In Read more…

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Wines.com Celebrates Cabernet in Style!

Cabernet Sauvignon is widely accepted as one of the premier red wine varietals in the world. The small, dark, thick-skinned grapes are planted wherever red wine grapes grow except in the Northern fringes such as Germany. It is part of the great red Médoc wines of France, and among the finest reds in Australia, California Read more…

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