We’re spending this #christmas 🎄 in London for the first time in many years (I’m so excited!) and my husband decided to do an adult version of an advent calendar for me with stockings. Long story short...after a busy and tiring day working I came home to relax with my glass of wine 🍷 and there was NO WINE left!!! I freaked out...and my husband calmly said, “since you’ll be away for the first days of December you can open your first present tonight.” So there it is, the cutest and most delicious bottle of Sauvignon Blanc (not sure the wine was that good or I was just that desperate). I can’t wait to open the rest of my little gifts when I get back from the Middle East. I can already tell that Max was very thoughtful when choosing them 😉
Why do wineries tend to be clustered in certain regions? Because location plays pivotal role in wine growing, as factors like soil nutrients, sunshine, and climate have a huge impact on the development of the wine’s flavor. #winefactwednesday#BCellars
Hmm I was reading up in my wine book about different tastes of Sav Blanc & Pinot Gris! Cloudy Bay costs $30 - they say it off the shelf whenever it’s stocked! I’m curious! 🤔🤔👀 what makes it more expensive I wonder?
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For today’s #winefactwednesday , let’s continue the conversation about fermentation! Did you know that winemakers usually include the skin and other parts of the fruit along with the wine juice when fermenting red wine? This makes the wine taste bolder and look darker. In contrast, white wines are made from just the fruit juice. 🍇🍷 #BCellars
How does wine get its color? From the grapes, of course! In general, white wines tend to come from green grapes, while purple and blue grapes make up red wine. White wines also tend to have less alcohol content than reds. #winefactwednesday#BCellars