Sep 2002 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
No matter what type of wine they want to make, each winemaker struggles with questions of balance. Whether ripeness and maturity, acidity and sweetness, or power and finesse, these decisions ultimately determine the outcome and character of their wine. Achieving proper fruit, tannin, aroma and color extraction is at times a struggle for the winemaker. Although optimal vineyard conditions can create fruit that offers the ultimate in flavor, balance and other constituents, there are stages along t...
» Article access restricted to registered members of winebusiness.com/