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The evolution of wine – Part 2


As we have seen, the processes after the vinification, meaning the phases of maturation/ageing and refinement, are absolutely necessary for the success of a wine which, once produced, needs to stabilize itself by ageing inside a container where it has the opportunity to evolve its organoleptic characteristics. Maturation will lead to its transformation, modifying in […]

The evolution of wine – Part 1


In the field of oenology, all the processes that wine undergoes from the moment of its production – i.e. once vinification is complete – including short, long or very long ageing, represent the evolution that wine will undergo during its life. So, once the grapes have been harvested, the stalks removed and the grapes crushed, […]