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Wine Label Around the World: C


2015 Concannon Chardonnay from Monterey, California.


A clear golden color with aromas of pear and citrus. Medium alcohol content with light body tears. Hints of citrus, honey, and long lasting soft finish on the palate. 116 more words


Forks and Corks: Freemark Abbey

Welcome to Backroads Insider. This is the last episode provided by our guest podcast Forks and Corks. Next time, the Backroads Insider will take the helm. 791 more words

Napa Valley

Winemaking processes

Winemaking is the process of wine production, from selecting the grapes to the bottling of the wine. The grapes are usually harvested from the vineyard in the fall or autumn. 391 more words

Weingut Jauslin, Muttenz, Baselland

Regular readers will know that I’ve been writing about Swiss wines on and off for some 30 years now. The eagle-eyed will have noticed that recently this has been more ‘on’ than ‘off’, with various pieces for Decanter and a new project in gestation. 1,016 more words


Wine Breakdown: Malo vs. Non Malo

Whether you like creamy, rich Chardonnays or fresh, ripe Chardonnays, it’s important to understand the process behind each flavor profile.

Malolactic fermentation is a process of manipulating flavors in wine, separate from aging or oaking. 32 more words

From Vine to Glass; How Wine is Made.

Have you ever sat down to enjoy a glass of wine and wondered how such a magnificent thing came to be? Well look no further this post will put some of your absent ponderings to rest, hopefully.  801 more words