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And this is a paragraph. During racking, a wine is moved to a new barrel and separated from sediment in the old one. Fruity flavors, with aromas of rose petals, peaches, and allspice. Sauvignon blanc is light, grassy, and herbaceous. Thunderbird is a screw-top classic.
Wine grapes grow almost exclusively between 30 and 50 degrees latitude north and south of the equator. A grape in the glass is worth two on the vine. Starts strong on the tongue with explosions of plum, floral, fruits. The word “sauvignon” is believed to be derived from the French sauvage meaning “wild.”
Spice, strawberries, oak and tar. Can’t taste them? Drink more. Sparkling reds include Lambrusco, from Italy, and Brachetto D’Acqui. The bung hole is the opening in a cask through which wine can be put in or taken out. Acid, tannin, fruitiness, oakiness, are all components of balance. Uncork that thing, decanter the contents. The world’s oldest person – at one hundred twenty-two – attributed her longevity to a diet of olive oil, port wine and chocolate.
Well-regarded sparkling wines include Espumante from Portugal, and Asti from Italy. Oak imparts vanilla, toast, caramel and coffee. Gulp. Red wines usually trump whites in alcohol content. In the unreliable summers of northern France, the acidity of under ripened grapes was often masked with chaptalization with unsatisfactory results, whereas now the less ripe grapes are made into popular sparkling wines. Loamy soils, which are usually preferred for growing most plants, actually produce rather flavorless wines.