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kolkata, 7000039
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  • A new year provides the perfect opportunity to try new things, but how far will ... still be surprising, fun and spontaneous – like an impetuous decision to fling oneself into the snow, or to grab an obscure white wine to drink when it’s way below freezing out. Life does not have to be the same old, same old, so make that leap and buy the wine ... Read More

    From the article These New Wave Wine Grapes Are Really Catching On

  • As wine lovers who among us doesn't enjoy doing horizontal tastings of ... ... ... Apsara Whole Cluster - Spontaneous fermentation on native yeasts of 10-11 days. Neutral barrels, no adds. Tart red fruit, stemmy mid-palate, nice lift, refreshing 13+abv.2015 Apsara 100% Destemmed - Pure red and blue nose, tart red and blue fruited palate. Fres... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Las Madres 20 Ways

  • To be red, or not to be red is a matter of mutation.  This past ... ... of clones, which is due to spontaneous somatic mutations that have occurred over time, makes Pinot a fascinating subject of study.” According to the study, the findings aren't earth-shattering in the sense that winemakers would be able to change the color of their grapes a... Read More

    From the article Scientists Identify Factor Which Influence Color of Pinot Grapes

  • With all the attention resveratrol is getting for its anti-oxidant powers, ... ... oil nanoemulsions formed by spontaneous emulsification,” says that when grape-seed oil is mixed with orange oil, tiny emulsified droplets of the oil act like individual vehicles capable of transporting resveratrol from one place to another with minimal damage to... Read More

    From the article Nanoemulsion! Oil Mix Preserves Grape Superhero

  • The India Pale Ale, known as IPA, is the most popular craft beer style being ... ... that generally undergoes spontaneous fermentation; fruit may or may not be added. Most are low on bitterness with an acidity that balances malt sweetness. Often they finish very dry. It is not uncommon for brewers to blend older batches with younger batches to... Read More

    From the article Sour Beer: The next IPA?

  • The dose of dry ice in the fermentation tank was new to me.  I don't ... ... picking to help prevent spontaneous fermentation by wild yeasts. The main advantage of using dry ice over regular water ice is that it cools the grapes without adding any additional water that may decrease the sugar concentration in the grape must, and therefore also... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Some '14 Harvest Pics

  • Found these on my phone today. It was a day in the life working harvest at Envy for Envy, Carter, Quivet, Myriad, Apsara, Tofanelli, Becklyn, McGah, Scarlett etal.This particular day was Cabernet Sauvignon from Beckstoffer To Kalon vineyard. 9 Tons. Gorgeous fruit, not a single raisined berry. From bin to sorter. Then it travels up the conveyor ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Some '14 Harvest Pics

  • You've got a good point there Richard. Nameless brands do seem to take up a ... can afford $15+ wines for a spontaneous drink and they don't have much under that price range. To be honest with you, the majority of the wine I receive which is over that is sent to me for free by wineries who want me to feature them in the magazine.. its a good bu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your fave Cab under $20?!

  • One of Syrah’s problem with consumers has always been the savory nature ... ... limestone influence. All spontaneous fermentation.  Limestone gives great ripeness, helps hold the acidity, breezy late in the afternoon helps keep things cool after days that may reach the high nineties, overnight down to the fifties. Effusive and bright on the fl... Read More

    From the article Discover Syrah in Ballard Canyon

  • Harrison Clark Syrah Cuvée Charlotte Ballard Canyon 2010


    Planted in 1999. 12 acres, planted to Syrah, grenache, and Mourvedre. First ... ... limestone influence. All spontaneous fermentation. Limestone gives great ripeness, helps hold the acidity, breezy late in the afternoon helps keep things cool after days that may reach the high nineties, overnight down to the fifties. Effusive and bright on th... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

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