Wine aromas

The aromas follow the chronology of the evolution of the wine, so we find the primary, secondary and tertiary aromas. The primary aromas of the wine are the characteristics of the grape variety and the terroir. Each grape variety has its peculiarities and each soil...

How to conserve wine?

We previously talked about wine for aging. There is immense pleasure in knowing that your wine is improving and tasting it at different stages of its development. This obviously means buying a few bottles of the same vintage, preferably three to six. Your patience...

Wines to drink and wines to keep

Of course all wines are wines to drink. That being said, there are wines that should be drunk in their youth while others will benefit from aging. We will see the difference in the following paragraphs. Wines to drink  Wines that are ready to drink are generally...

Different type of wine certifications

Just as there are different appellations for wines. There are also several certifications, here are the main ones : Organic Wine: This type of wine is made with organically grown grapes both in viticulture and in winemaking. Organic wines do not use any chemicals to...

How to correctly detect the aromas of a wine

“Wine teaches us taste, is the liberator of the spirit, the illuminator of the intelligence.”  Paul Claudel Get ready for a wine tasting For the optimal tasting, it is strongly recommended to use the right tools: a quality corkscrew, different glasses...

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