Wine characteristics - Discover the wines characteristics with petit sommelier.








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Factors affecting the vineyards are decisive for the characteristics of a good wine, besides the care given by the producers who produce it. The conditions to which the vineyards are subject is vital to the final result: soil type and the richness of his composition, climate and disposition of the vineyards. If we want to perform an experiment, we could move the vineyards to another place or another different region to observe that this will change much the final product.




Great Wines


The most striking part would be represented by the potential of the wines. Unique features like the ability of aging, a taste of power that would contrast with the finesse that these adopt, and that with the naked eye these emphasizes their intense color, concentrated. These are called great wines or selected wines.


characteristics of a good wine

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