In my dreams wines have colours and scents and tastes – forget the complicated business of aromas and flavours – and I suspect after watching this I’ll start hearing wines as well. This is beautiful! (Thank you Robert MacIntosh for sharing it) The Sound of Taste from Grey London on Vimeo.
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Many – most? – of us tend to repeat certain meals at home and we know what we like to drink with them – and now and again we try something a bit different. But home is about comfort and coziness, while dining out is about splashing out socially and emotionally, whether or not you […]
Swiss mountain grapes are not grown on top of peaks that are 4,000 metres high, but 3,000 or more metres lower, where they are still part of the intricate and interconnected marvel that nature has given us in the form of Alpine mountains. Their soil, their weather, the amount of sunshine and ultimately the aromas […]
The most basic difference between ice wine (called icewine in Canada) and late harvest wine is that the grapes for the first are picked and used when they are frozen, and the grapes for the second shrivel either on the vine or, where this is too weather-risky, they are picked late then continue to raisin […]
Third in a 4-part series How to make great wine despite astringent tannins If a wine has strong tannins, you cellar it until it becomes drinkable, right? That’s one step, but there is quite a lot more to getting a good wine from grapes with very strong tannins. Sicily’s Nero d’Avola is the grape I’ve […]