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    알찬 구성과 좋은 장소 재밌었다. 마지막 빼고

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  • What is on your top shelf?
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    What is on your top shelf?

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  • Never seen a shark swimming in a glass of wine, but, if the wine is good, there should be no problem ;) Love the curious Shark Wine Glasses concept realized by the Taiwanese BTS Design.

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    Never seen a shark swimming in a glass of wine, but, if the wine is good, there should be no problem ;) Love the curious Shark Wine Glasses concept realized by the Taiwanese BTS Design.

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  • As wines age, density of color decreases and the rim variation becomes greater showing more orange (sometimes brown) colors. The rate at which a wine changes to look this way depends on the variety of wine, producer and region. ⠀
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Generally, fine wines take longer (at the most 10-12 years) to begin to take on old wine characteristics as shown. However sensitive varietals such as merlot, zinfandel and pinot noir can change faster. ⠀
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After four years in a bottle I observed an organic zinfandel from Arizona that was orange-rimmed and looked like an old wine. Wines also take longer to age in larger bottles because of the ratio of wine to air in the bottle.
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    As wines age, density of color decreases and the rim variation becomes greater showing more orange (sometimes brown) colors. The rate at which a wine changes to look this way depends on the variety of wine, producer and region. ⠀

    Generally, fine wines take longer (at the most 10-12 years) to begin to take on old wine characteristics as shown. However sensitive varietals such as merlot, zinfandel and pinot noir can change faster. ⠀

    After four years in a bottle I observed an organic zinfandel from Arizona that was orange-rimmed and looked like an old wine. Wines also take longer to age in larger bottles because of the ratio of wine to air in the bottle.

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  • Are you at a blind tasting and wondering whether you're drinking a Malbec? Here's a hit: look for a telltale bright magenta rim. Hit up the link in our bio for 4 awesome facts about this dark favorite!
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    Are you at a blind tasting and wondering whether you're drinking a Malbec? Here's a hit: look for a telltale bright magenta rim. Hit up the link in our bio for 4 awesome facts about this dark favorite!

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  • Review #139 #meninwhitecoats #viognier 2018 A terrific little wine from #southafrica to listen to the #cricket peaches and apricots. This has an initial burst of fruit, then there's a bit of fullness, which then gives way to an acidic freshness with some perfume and spice on the finish. I usually don't like Viognier but this I'm impressed and £7.49 @majesticwineharrogate a bargain. .
Really interesting wine for me. As often The 🍇 is a bit too waxy for me, I have not had a top class #condrieu but had a few others and they just haven't been my cup of tea,  however maybe it's just as I get older my palate is changing,  but this example is pretty decent and the price is even better.
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Happy #winesaturday
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    Review #139 #meninwhitecoats #viognier 2018 A terrific little wine from #southafrica to listen to the #cricket peaches and apricots. This has an initial burst of fruit, then there's a bit of fullness, which then gives way to an acidic freshness with some perfume and spice on the finish. I usually don't like Viognier but this I'm impressed and £7.49 @majesticwineharrogate a bargain. .
    Really interesting wine for me. As often The 🍇 is a bit too waxy for me, I have not had a top class #condrieu but had a few others and they just haven't been my cup of tea, however maybe it's just as I get older my palate is changing, but this example is pretty decent and the price is even better.
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    Happy #winesaturday

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