History of Wine – Types of Wines (2)

History of Wine - Types of Wines (2)

As has been said, the wine made in Portugal comes from the vineyards of Portugal, the wine from Bordeaux comes from the vineyards of Bordeaux, and so on. In addition to the data on the vineyard, the process used to make the wine comes into play. However, Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in California are processed differently than those grown in Bordeaux.

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The identification of the vineyard does not get to the heart of the matter. Vitis vinifera L., the species that gives us the vine, is still a single variety, depending on location and climate, soil and growing conditions. Wines from the same winery can be outstanding or inferior, depending on the terroir, the Lucan word for “terrain”.

There are three elements that must be taken into account when selecting a wine: the vineyard, the place where it grows and the winery. Wines can also be classified according to other parameters: by their carbon dioxide content; by their function as a drink; by their color, to which all white or red qualities are associated; by their alcohol content; and aging period.

There is another method for measuring sucrose, which consists of a scale that measures the degree of sweetness. There are “retinto” wines, wines that are not sold on the market, which are usually the finest. The complexity of the “fruity” criterion compensates for the fact that there are small amounts of alcohol in “renecoholized” wines that have an aroma. Reverse osmosis, one of the techniques used to create these wines, is one of the ways to make them.

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