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Acidity, Alcohol & Sugar – the Wines

To illustrate the structural elements of acidity, alcohol and residual sugar in wine, we tasted eight different wines in four pairs. A  Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine is an archetypal bone dry, light-bodied French white. Made from the Melon de Bourgogne grape, this … Continue reading

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The Approach: Red wine in the glass (Part II)

Part I of this post gave an introduction to the terminology of the appearance of red wines, and how the appearance can give clues to a red wine’s age. If you are feeling confident with these aspects, you may wish … Continue reading

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