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Aici vom încerca să dăm răspuns la întrebările pe care le ai despre vin şi despre tot ce te interesează despre această băutură divină. Dacă ai careva întrebări şi doreşti ca unii din cei mai buni vinificatori din Moldova să-ţi dea un răspuns trimite un mesaj la office@winemoldova.com (indica FAQ la subiect) si vom incerca in cel mai scurt timp sa-ti raspundem.
Care este cel mai scump vin vândut vreodată?
Shipwrecked 1907 Heidsieck - 275.000 dolari Acestei sticle de sampanie de la vinaria din Heidsieck i-au trebuit peste optzeci de ani pentru a ajunge la destinaţie. Trimisa catre familia Imperiala Rusa in 1916, un naufragiu de-a lungul coastei Finlandei a facut ca acest lot de sticle sa se piarda in mare pana cand au fost gasite 200 dintre ele in anul 1997. Acum sunt, in cele din urma, vandute la persoanele bogate cu nevoi speciale la hotelul Ritz-Carlton din Moscova, cel putin. Desigur, povestea extraordinara a vinului si incredibila varsta il fac sa fie cel mai scump vin din lume.
Are there rules to knowing which vintages are better for which wine regions?
The characteristics of a particular vintage are determined by the quality of that year’s grape crop. Improvements in wine making over the years have made vintage year less central to choosing a wine produced in most wine regions. Vintages are more important when collecting more expensive wines, especially those designed to be aged, and in growing regions where a less than satisfactory growing season is not compensated for using innovative wine making technology or practices. If you are interested in learning about specific vintages, reading wine publications and tasting wines from different vintages will help you determine a vintage’s characteristics.
How is wine made?
The following is a synopsis of the basic steps taken to make wine: Grapes are crushed to release the sugar in their juice. The juice naturally ferments when yeast comes in contact with the sugar in the grape juice. The result is alcohol and carbon dioxide. Red wine is made with dark-skinned grapes and fermented with the grape skins. White wines are made with white grapes, or if made with some dark-skinned grapes the grape skins are removed prior to fermentation. Rosé wines have contact with the skins of dark-skinned grapes just long enough to impart a pink color. The fermented wine is then separated from the grape solids and transferred into a vat or casks where it is clarified, stabilized, and may be taken though optional processes. Finally, the wine is bottled.

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