1. Movies for Wine Lovers: Red Obsession

    Movies for Wine Lovers: Red Obsession

    Red Obsession is a beautiful documentary that charts China’s burgeoning appetite for wine, particularly that from Bordeaux. The documentary tracks a period of great change for the global wine industry as China emerges as a dominant player, unsettling the established authorities that have enjoyed dominance for decades.  The focus of the film is...

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  2. The museum of wine in art

    The museum of wine in art

                    In the Château Mouton Rothschild, in France, there is the Museum of Wine in Art. It is situated in a former barrel hall. It contains exceptionally rare items of 17th century German gold- and silverware, jugs, cups and goblets from the fabulous treasure of...

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  3. Spain is world’s biggest wine exporter

    Spain is world’s biggest wine exporter

    Spain has retained its reign at the top of the wine pyramid for global exports ahead of Italy and France having exported 22.8 million hectolitres of wine last year.   As reported by Euronews, Spanish wineries led the world’s exportation of the red stuff in 2017 with sales of 22.8 million hectolitres. This...

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  4. “Young” wines

    “Young” wines

    Depending on the type of wine, “young” can be considered compliment or unpleasant word. If a wine is considered not able to age, then “young” can be a compliment, as you want to say that this wine is fresh. If there’s a wine that may gets better aging, “young” means...

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  5. Wine in art: Paul Cézanne

    Wine in art: Paul Cézanne

    Paul Cézanne – The Drinker, 1891 Oil on canvas French painter with Italian origins, Cézanne was influenced by a new artistic expression philosophy: Impressionism. In order to better taste this painting, Uvamatris recommends to look it well lighted from some distance. So you will recompose the image in the way that...

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  6. Wine balance

    Wine balance

      Uvamatris wine balance depends on the perfect fusion of each element: acidity, sweetness, alcohol, tannins. If none of these elements pushes the others, then we call it a well-balanced wine. The taste balance is very difficult to have because sweetness must be balanced with bitter and acid. In red...

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  7. Wine structure

    Wine structure

      When Uvamatris talks about “wine structure”… What does it mean? Wine structure refers to its consistency: the more it’s consistent, the more has an important structure. It’s the totality of the substances that compose it (alcohol, glycerol, sugars, acids, tannins and mineral salts). In fact , according to this, a...

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  8. “Strong” wine

    “Strong” wine

      Uvamatris offers wines with strong flavors! But how do you know if a wine is “strong”? First of all, we have to distinguish the “strong” definition: white wines are “strong” according to their quote of acidity. If they’re too “heavy”, they will be too acid, otherwise they are “weak”...

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  9. The decanter

    The decanter

      In order to better decant Uvamatris wine, it’s recommended to pour it in a special glass or crystal cruet. This special container is called “Decanter” and, with its wide shape on the base and its narrow neck, allows a better oxygenation for every wine and let release all its scents. In...

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  10. How to open a bottle of wine properly

    How to open a bottle of wine properly

    And if you organize a Halloween party at home with some friends and a bottle of Uvamatris wine, how do you open it properly? Here you are what you need: the right company, scary masks, a bottle of Uvamatris wine, a sommelier utility knife and a corkscrew. Every Uvamatris wine...

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