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The Bordeaux vineyards are renowned and their wines known around the world. The Chinese, whose taste for luxury products ‘Made in France’ and the biggest…
Organic wines, Biodynamic wines, natural wines… are you getting confused ? Winalist tells you everything about these new terms and the differences between the wines they label!
After the harvest, once all the fruits have been picked and gathered, do you know what happens? What are the steps and techniques to obtain wine out of fruits? Winalist gives you a useful lexicon of the art of winemaking, in order to understand the vocabulary and the challenges of the wine industry.
Up in the air, wine tastes different. At least, this is what we think because our tastes atrophy slightly with altitude. Though it doesn’t bother thousands of passengers to enjoy wine from their cabin seat every day.
Beaujolais, or “bojo” [bɔʒo] for those in the know, is a wine whose name is very famous but whose taste is little-known. Furthermore, the full range of Beaujolais wines has only been apprehended by happy few insiders.
You may have seen this logo that shows a winemaker carrying his barrel of wine on his shoulder. It’s the symbol of the union of independent winemakers in France. Winalist is going to tell you about this key player of the French wine industry, that has dedicated to defend “authentic wines and personalities” for almost 40 years