To date, the selection of sparkling wines is quite large. In order not to “get lost” in front of a shop window in a store, consider the differences between seemingly identical sparkling drinks.
First of all, it should be noted that not all sparkling wines are champagne. Champagne is considered only sparkling wine produced in the French region of Champagne. Continue reading
“Dry” terminology says that red wine is a drink made from dark grape varieties using a special technology that promotes the transfer of anthocyanins from the skin to the wort. By the way, it is wrong to believe that only the color of the grapes sets the shade of the final product. The process of “coloring” is a bit more complicated: the wort is infused with crushed grape seeds (pulp), where coloring pigments and tannins stand out during the fermentation process. This technology allows you to get a drink of various shades and astringency. Continue reading