1. Ideal wine service temperatures

    Ideal wine service temperatures

        Uvamatris today suggests you the  ideal wine service temperatures: Wine Service Temperatures  Champagne, Sparkling, and Dessert Wine: 40° F Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio: 45-48°F Chardonnay, Chablis: 48-52°F Pinot Noir: 60-64° Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz: 64-66° F Not everyone has a thermometer on hand, so a good rule of thumb is to note...

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  2. The oldest known winery in the world

    The oldest known winery in the world

      Do you know whichis the oldest known winery in the world? It was discovered in 2007 in Armenia, and is thought to be at least 6,100 years old. Its existence implies that winemaking began much earlier. The earliest grape wine yet discovered is dated around 5400 BC. The researchers...

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  3. The future of wine changes thanks to technology

    The future of wine changes thanks to technology

    What effects will technology bring to the world of wine, so linked to its traditions? According to a recent study on the future of wine, published by Armit Wines in collaboration with a food futurologist, wine lovers will soon have to deal with drones and edible bottles. Over the next...

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  4. Read the news of Uvamatris.com!

    Read the news of Uvamatris.com!

    Are you looking for interesting news about wine? click www.uvamatris.com! You will find recipes, events, fairs, curiosities, insights … To receive news directly in your e-mail box, simply subscribe to the newsletter by filling out the appropriate form! Condividi:

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  5. Monastic orders such as the Cistercians and Benedictines preserved and innovated the art of winemaking

    Monastic orders such as the Cistercians and Benedictines preserved and innovated the art of winemaking

      During the Middle Ages, Monastic orders such as the Cistercians and Benedictines preserved and innovated the art of winemaking. It is thanks to their research and indefatigable efforts we have such an elaborate winemaking technology today. Dom Pérignon, One of the world’s most famous Champagnes, was named after a monk.  Dom Pierre Pérignon...

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  6. How and why we taste wine?

    How and why we taste wine?

      There’s no right way or wrong way to taste wine. It’s this simple — do you like what you’re drinking or do you not like what you’re drinking? Tasting wine can be as simple as this — do you like what you’re drinking or don’t you? That said, there’s...

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  7. Why decanting wine?

    Why decanting wine?

    A decanter is a vessel that is used to hold the decantation of a liquid (such as wine) which may contain sediment. Decanters, which have a varied shape and design, have been traditionally made from glass or crystal. Their volume is usually equivalent to one standard bottle of wine (0.75 litre). Decanting separates the wine from the sediment, which not only...

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  8. Vinitaly 2018 closes with 128,000 visitors from 143 countries

    Vinitaly 2018 closes with 128,000 visitors from 143 countries

     Attendance by accredited international buyers up by 6% to 32,000 More than 4,380 exhibiting companies attended the 4-day event at VeronaFiere (130 more than last year) from 36 countries. Great success for the 52nd edition of Vinitaly. Attendance by international operators grew in percentage terms compared to 2017 from the...

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