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Ask a Winemaker: Why is Cabernet Sauvignon Nearly Always Barrel Fermented and Aged?
Winemaking involves thousands of decisions, starting with where to plant vines and ending with when to release a wine. And every decision contributes to the final wine in your glass. Most red wines are barrel aged, and some are barrel fermented. When it comes to Cabernet Sauvignon, it seems winemakers always barrel age the wine, The post Ask a Winemaker: Why is Cabernet Sauvignon Nearly Always Barrel Fermented and Aged? appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.
A Day (and Night) in the Life of a Winemaker: Smith Devereux Wines
Shared by Brett Adams, Smith Devereux Winemaker 24 Hour Harvest Clock 10:47 pm: Lights on. Headlamps up. Let the picking begin! “After reviewing which rows to pick, I stay out of the way (I’d slow everyone down),” says Brett. Why pick at night? “Picking at night ensures we get cool grapes in the morning. We The post A Day (and Night) in the Life of a Winemaker: Smith Devereux Wines appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.
Iconic California Vineyards to Know
Just as California boasts iconic winemakers, like André Tchelistcheff, Paul Hobbs, Helen Turley, and Phillipe Melka, it is also home to iconic vineyards. What makes a great vineyard? Terroir and farming decisions. Terroir refers to the environmental factors that influence a wine’s character, including the soil, wind, rainfall, temperature, and sunshine. Vine selection, planting, pruning, The post Iconic California Vineyards to Know appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.
25 Facts to Know About These Popular Wine Varietals
How much do you really know about wine? Test your wine knowledge with these 25 facts about 5 of the most popular wine varietals: Cabernet, Pinot, Zin, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. Plus, learn a little more about the hard to pronounce but delicious nonetheless Viognier varietal. Cabernet Sauvignon It has an interesting family. It is originally The post 25 Facts to Know About These Popular Wine Varietals appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.
Natural, Organic, and Biodynamic Wine, explained
Wine club members are more curious than ever about what exactly goes into their food. And those who are looking for the “healthiest” food often choose the organic product, because it is free of chemicals, pesticides and often, additives. The same goes for wine. Natural Wine Isn’t all wine “natural”? After all, truly ripe wine The post Natural, Organic, and Biodynamic Wine, explained appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.
Lomond Vineyards Estate Potjie Competition – Best Food to Pair with Their Wine
Our International Series club level recently featured delicious wines from beautiful Lomond Vineyards Estate, which rests on the Agulhas Plain near the southernmost tip of Africa in one of the most heralded and passionate winegrowing regions, Cape Agulhas (“The Cape of Needles”). When we asked the winery for their favorite recipes to pair with their The post Lomond Vineyards Estate Potjie Competition – Best Food to Pair with Their Wine appeared first on Uncorked: The Blog.