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“Experimenting with the wine-making process, he found that the less one manipulates the wine, the more individual the flavor.”
“SANTA CRUZ, Chile—Minutes after an 8.8 magnitude earthquake ravaged this town in the Colchagua Valley wine-making region a year ago, entrepreneur Carlos Cardoen stumbled out into the darkness and found two decades of work in a shambles.”
“I have also tried to insert a number of different wine-making styles from the restraint of traditional European countries to more exuberant, fruit-driven New World styles.”
“Most of the Catalan industry followed suit, dragging Spain's wine-making into the modern age and introducing a new generation of consumers to the country's white wine.”
“One example of a traditionalist winemaker would be wines of Lopez de Heredia in Rioja, where very little in either the grape-growing or the wine-making tradition has changed since they were founded in 1877.”
“En route to Athens, stop to see liqueur made by hand near Positano and to visit the wine-making region near Mt.”
“Natural wine, simply put, is wine that has undergone minimal chemical or technical intervention during the wine-making process and may or may not be made with organically grown grapes.”
“The answer lies in attempting to understand the philosophy and wine-making practices that have earned the domaine its international reputation.”
“Aubert de Villaine has been working at the domaine for more than 40 years, a period during which he has honed a philosophy that is based on respect and humility for the land he farms: What is taken out of the soil is given back, there are no chemical fertilizers, treatments or many of the modern wine-making gadgets available to the contemporary vigneron.”
“Remember when I took that home wine-making course and I forgot how to drive?”
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