Black zinfandel more skin contact cant make a red

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Black zinfandelMore skin contactCant make a red wine from white grapePinkoDark grapes with a little contactRedoRed grapes of varying coloroPinot noir will be lighter, the skin is lighterGreat variation°
°Crystal clearProbably thing, fruity, etc°Some colorA little more body°PinkRed grapesMinimal contact to give it a little colorDarker pinkLightness of white wine, but flavors of red wine°White zinfandel from California will be sweeto9/10oblush winesfrance is dry for pink/rosé wine°°redcant see much in bottlemillion different descriptionslighter redolighter bodydarkomore dry mouth feelofuller°°wine about flavors, unless it is flawed°°exact same bottle of winedifferent colors, different years etcbrown is definitely bad°
°white will get darker°red will get lighter°with age°°white merlotTicino Switzerland°Sparkling malbekCalifornia°°Red grapes into white winesBased on the processSkin contact°Only red wine from red grapesOnly super dark wines from super dark grapes
wine components: sugar…dry vs sweet01/23/2017°Crucial to wine°°Dry vs sweet°Dry is no sugar°Sweet is sugar left°°Americans on sweet band wagon°Most wines are closer to dry sideGravitate to the sweet wine etc.°°WhiteLighterFruitierDrier°°Your pallet will progress°°Make any wine any way they wantSugar water needed in alcoholYeastoEats sugarCo2 and heatKeep in all the sugar until it is goneoOr heat it up etc.°°Dry Riesling vs sweetWine spectrumoDry to medium dry to sweet etc°°Riesling vs late harvest
Pick them early, have amount of sugar in them alreadyPick them lateoMore sugar insideLabels/spectrum as well°°Dry winesYeast eaten all the sugarMore alcohol in them°°You only have so much sugar to start with°°Basis of whole german’s systemHow much sugar can we get in themHarvest level of sweetnessKabinettoSemi sweetSpatleseoLater harvest, sweeterAusleseoMaybe more alcohol but more sweet6 levelsdon’t do dry°°sparkling winesweetness level basisbrutofermented outototally drydemi-secodemi sweet
dolceosweetspain, Italy, Californiaoinherent°°dry means no sugar in it°most white wines have residual sugar°most red wines are all the way dry°°detect things in different waysperceptions not factual°acidic versus fruity etcdetecting in different waysshiraz, white, port wineshiraz is dry thoughofruit makes us think sweet but doesn’t mean sugarwhite was harvested earlyobiteothere is sugaroacid overwhelms it and balances itportocherry toooway more sugar than you even detectovery high in alcoholobalances it°°high alcohol means it is probably dry°low alcoholsweet probably°°white10-12°red13-15
general styles and themes: grape vs region, oldworld vs new world01/23/2017°amarone
ItalySavory notes of cured meatComplexityMouth bileCandied°°A whole bunch of words°

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Term
Spring
Professor
BOYER
Tags
Geography, Wine, Boyer, Geography Of Wine

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