Sulfites occur naturally in all wines to some extent. Sulfites are commonly introduced to arrest fermentation at a desired time, and may also be added to wine as preservatives to prevent[…]
Beaujolais is a AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) Whites from this region, which make up only 1% of its production, are made mostly with Chardonnay grapes though Aligoté is also permitted[…]
What White Wine Suits Me?
White wine is classified by dryness or sweetness. Therefore you need to know what you prefer more, sweet or dry. After you know what you prefer you need to know[…]
What are tannins
Tannin is a naturally occurring polyphenol found in plants, seeds, bark, wood, leaves, and fruit skins. For example if you bite in the seeds of a grape your mouth will[…]
WSET level 2
Why did i choose to go on with WSET level 2 ? WSET is a global organisation which arranges courses and exams in the field of wine and spirits. WSET was founded in[…]
Malolactic Fermentation in wine
Better known as Malolactich Conversion. Because it converse the harsh malo acid in to lactic acid. Malolactic conversion is a bacteria fermentation or conversion. Malo acid is in every grape[…]
” Everything happens for a Riesling ” Godfathersofwine Sommelier Riesling as a grape This grape is aromatic with a lot of acidity. Riesling is made dry, semi-sweet, sweet and as[…]
The Châteauneuf-du-Pape is an appellation from the Rhône valley in France. The wines from this area have an impeccable reputation. The name Châteauneuf-du-Pape comes from a famous French wine village[…]
What effect has Coronavirus on the wine market
The corona virus also known as COVID-19, has the world into a headlock. This pandemic is felt by every country all over the world. But what kind of effect does[…]
What does acidity do for wine?
You perceive acidity with your tongue. It gives a tingling sensation in your mouth and on your tongue. A secondaire thing acidity does in your mouth, is that it’s also makes[…]