The aging of wine (American English) or ageing of wine i... -
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The aging of wine (American English) or ageing of wine i...

wikipedia - 13 Nov 2016
The aging of wine (American English) or ageing of wine is potentially able to improve the quality of wine. This distinguishes wine from most other consumable goods. While wine is perishable and capable of deteriorating, complex chemical reactions involving a wine's sugars, acids and phenolic compounds (such as tannins) can alter the aroma, color, mouthfeel and taste of the wine in a way that may be more pleasing to the taster. The ability of a wine to age is influenced by many factors includin
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When to Open a Bottle: Aging Wine Without the Anxiety

New York Times - 22 Oct 2018
Here is the good news about aging wine: Regardless of what many people assume, there is no single right time to open any particular bottle. Whenever you decide to drink a wine is the right time. If you go about it the right way, it's hard to make a ...
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Nebbiolo - The King of Piedmont's Wine Grapes

Forbes - 12 Nov 2018
Acidity levels vary from zone to zone, but the thumbprint of a wine made from Nebbiolo is the tannic level, as the variety is among the most tannic in the world. This translates into notable aging potential – as long as there is good acidity and depth ...
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Wines to serve with your turkey this Thanksgiving

Chicago Daily Herald - 17 Nov 2018
Beaujolais is often associated with its popular nouveau release of the recent vintage in November, but the region in fact offers a variety of wines that reward aging for a few years. Beaujolais is a popular house wine in French bistros because of its ...
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Why do some wines need aging?

Mother Nature Network (blog) - 07 Nov 2018
It would be great if wine labels included information about how long the wine needed to age. That's not the way aging wine works, though. There are so many variables to take into consideration when allowing a bottle of wine to sit still for a few years ...
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In Defense Of Beaujolais Nouveau

Forbes - 15 Nov 2018
But while Duboeuf has experience in vinifying, blending, and aging wine, the entrepreneur's real strength lies in bottling, marketing, and selling these wines. So, it's no surprise that Duboeuf is often seen as the face of Beaujolais Nouveau, which he ...
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Moscato d'Asti is Ripe for Aging

Wine Enthusiast Magazine - 31 Oct 2018
Fragrant, foaming, fresh and delicious, Moscato d'Asti is one of Italy's most celebrated sweet wines. This silky, low-alcohol sparkler is made entirely from white Muscat grapes, and its typical sensations include orange blossom, apricot, thyme and lemon.
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Aging bourbon just first stage in life of a whiskey barrel

St. Augustine Record - 17 Nov 2018
With a few years' worth of bourbon making under his belt, McDaniel has realized the secondary market for his used barrels is vast. He's formed partnerships all over town and beyond as the Distillery barrels are used to make local beer, wine, coffee ...
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Delmarva craft breweries thrive on specialty cans releases

Houston Chronicle - 17 Nov 2018
Burley also added a "proper" stage for entertainment in the beer garden, along with "The Cellar," which doubles as a small bar and aging area for wine and bourbon oak barrels that emit the basking aroma of maturing beer. Oh, and don't forget, there's a ...
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How to Start a Wine Collection - 15 Nov 2018
What do I need to first? You always want to start with proper storage. Whether you're building a cellar, buying a small refrigerated unit or using an off-site facility, one cannot start collecting until they know their wines will be safe in a healthy ...
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Modern Cooperage is Barreling Along

Wine-Searcher - 12 Nov 2018
After graduating from college with a degree in chemistry and enology, Baruam studied the evolution of wine color through the aging process at the Government of Rioja's Research Center. While she was there, she says she became fascinated by the "effects ...
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9 Questions About Beaujolais You're Too Embarrassed to Ask

VinePair - 16 Nov 2018
Given that Beaujolais is light and fruit-driven, most wines are best consumed within the first year or two of bottling (apart from Beaujolais Nouveau, which should be consumed as soon as possible). The best cru Beaujolais, however, is capable of aging ...
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Advice for setting up a wine cellar - 15 Nov 2018
Your wine cellar shouldn't be too cold or too hot. Ideally, the temperature should be kept between 11 and 14 °C. Otherwise, your wine runs the risk of premature aging. 2. Manage humidity levels. The ideal humidity level for a wine cellar is usually ...
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Bringing Elegance to Amarone

Wine-Searcher - 29 Oct 2018
"The presence of limestone in the soil contributes an underlying acidity and a pleasing mouthwatering effect in the finished wine." Pasqua also notes that Corvina, the primary variety used in Amarone, "can produce wines with significant aging potential ...
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Ageworthy Sauvignon Blancs From the Loire Valley

Wine Enthusiast Magazine - 02 Nov 2018
There's a common misconception in the wine world that white wine should always be consumed young while only reds are suited to aging. But the Loire Valley, home to such storied appellations as Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé, is turning out a wealth of ...
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Potfuls of perfection

Calaveras Enterprise - 17 Nov 2018
Then it's brushed and put in the aging room for four to 18 months. I gained reverence for the artisanship of this ...
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Perfect Wines to Serve at Thanksgiving (That Aren't Beaujolais)

Thrillist - 14 Nov 2018
Made with Gamay grapes, Beaujolais Nouveau is a young wine that's on shelves six-to-eight weeks after harvest, and is the most sought-after vin de primeur (a French wine that's allowed, under AOC regulations, to be sold the same year it was harvested ...

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