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Moscatel (more commonly known as Muscat of Alexandria) is a white wine grape that is a member of the Muscat family of Vitis vinifera. It is considered an “ancient vine”, and wine experts believe it is one of the oldest genetically unmodified vines still in existence. It is still an important grape in the Australian and South African wine industry. It is also cultivated very heavily on the islands of Samos, and Lemnos in the North Eastern Aegean region of Greece, and reputedly Cleopatra drank muscat wine from there. It is also thought to rival the French Beaume de Venise in its most refined form. In Italy wine is made from the grape on the island of Pantelleria, and in Spain, the grape is used for wine around Málaga, Alicante, Valencia, and the Canary Islands. The grape originated in North Africa, and the name is probably derived from its association with Ancient Egyptians who used the grape for wine making. It is also a table grape used for eating and raisins
Finding Good Cheap Wine – 3 Areas
Modern vinicultural practices have produced a sea of good wines. No longer is weather as important as it was just a few years ago as modern winemakers have much more flexibility with modern tools and equipment. Also a number of new areas have started growing plenty of grapes as well.Online Wine Stores – Building a Relationship
The online shopping world has exploded of the past 10 year, and the online wine industry is no exception, although it hasn’t happened as quickly as other industries. One of the main reasons behind this has been the skepticism behind buying wine from unknown sources.Types of Alcohol – Ale
Today’s article is going to be continuing the series I started earlier this week. If you’ll remember, last article was about beer. This article is about another alcoholic beverage in the beer family.Texas Hill Country Wines – Take the Journey
Visiting the wineries of the Texas Hill Country is like visiting Napa forty years ago, before their passion turned into an industry. Hill Country wines are hand-crafted, artisanal, and surprisingly sophisticated, but most never reach the national retail market–they’re snapped up by visitors and local outlets. Tasting the full range of Hill Country wines requires a journey–fortunately, a journey to the sweet spot of Texas, where graceful oaks shade rocky hillsides that descend to clear, spring-fed streams.You Can Save Money With a Home Brewery
Nothing beats drinking an icy, refreshing beer on a sweltering, summer day, especially after putting your nose to the grindstone at work. This is why masses of people clamor to the bar to enjoy the beer of their choice. But, the only problem with having with the bar is the price.Great Ideas You Can Use to Form Your Own Wine Club
Wine Clubs are now the “in thing”. Of course now we hear from medical experts that wine has a medicinal purpose in our bodies. But wine clubs also cure us of a basic instinct to get together and discuss the wines we have discovered and want to share.Secrets For Creating Your Own Private Label Wine
If you have ever received a bottle of Private Label wine, you may feel that is was specially made just for you. If it was”you” making the wine how much better you would feel, how proud and self-fulfilled, that you could give your Private Label wine as wonderful gift.Visit Wineries to Get a Better Feel For the Regions Grapes
One of the best ways to learn more about wine is to actually visit wine regions and if possible speak to the wine makers and producers about their grapes. Not only do you get to immerse yourself in the region you visit by experiencing the climate firsthand, seeing the soil and being able to touch the grapes but you also get to walk through the vineyards, visit the local towns and eat and drink the wine form the region. You will come to discover there is something very special and unique about the people who devote a …Explaining the Chardonnay Varietal of White Wine
The chardonnay grape grows pretty much in every wine producing country of the world for two reasons: It is very adaptable to a wide range of climates and having Chardonnay on the label of wine is shoe in to be a great seller. Most Chardonnays receive some oak treatment either during or after fermentation. The best Chardonnays are treated in French oak while the lower priced ones can possibly be soaked with oak chips or have an oak flavor added. Okay chardonnay is such the norm that that some wine drinkers confuse the flavor of oak with the flavor of Chardonnay. If your glass of chardonnay smells or tastes toasty, smoky, spicy, vanilla-like or butterscotch-like, that’s the oak you are perceiving not the Chardonnay.Some Secrets and Ideas on How to Taste Wine
For a novice wine taster it must be overwhelming to sort out all the various red wines, white wines, sparkling and desert wines. Are they dry, sweet, tart, crisp, fruity and the list goes on. You see people enjoying a glass of wine and thrilled about its taste, commenting on its nectar and wonder “what are they talking about”? A few tips on how to taste wine can usher you into a pleasurable place so many are enjoying around the world.