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When we talk about the hare of the meal, we are talking about a first wine with a very nice acidity. When I talk to you about acidic wines, it is immediately white wines that come to mind, and you are right, they are the ones that have the most acidity.There is also another category of wine to open the dance, sparkling wines. Indeed, carbon dioxide activates the acid receptors in the oral cavity, which will enhance the mechanical and chemical stimulation of the taste buds.If you opt for this second choice, you will have to be careful to choose...

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  Would you like to please a wine lover for Christmas? We have selected for you a list of the best ideas for a successful wine gift. Box, board games, glasses or cellar, here is a tour of the good ideas around wine for this Christmas 2019.   Top 1 : 3D Ice Buckets grenade Shape   Top 2 : Squared Dark Wood Stand 4 bottles       Top 3 : Partner in Wine T-Shirt          

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  Wine tasting is quite an art ; Knowing how to taste a wine is not improvised, but don't panic ! There are as many ways to taste as there are tasters. To approach this question is therefore to rush into a very vast universe. But it is also much easier than it seems. If you enjoy tasting, it's because your method is the right one! All you need to do is to have in mind a few notions that will help you to better understand a wine. And as with any method, the experience will allow you to forge...

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  1. Desteming and crushing Once the harvest is done, the grapes are destemmed, i. e. the stalk is separated from the stalk, which can give the wine a herbaceous taste. You already know what treading is ! 2. Alcoholic fermentation and maceration Maceration is the moment when the juice is in contact with the solid parts of the grape. During this maceration, the must will ferment. With the action of yeasts already present or added, fermentation transforms sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide. The latter moves upwards in the tank, taking the film, seeds and pulp with him. They then...

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  A decade ago, it was still a ritual shared by a few insiders in trendy clubs in the capital or on the coast. After midnight, anything is allowed, even the swimming pool, that's what we named these large glasses of champagne "on the rocks", at the Baron and elsewhere. The improbable encounter between a flared glass filled with ice cubes and the wine of the coronations has become a real phenomenon. By the time we got to the point, we found this combination at summer evenings, from Menton to Deauville. The rosé wine, with its great mimetic capacities, has...

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