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By Natalie Berkowitz

In those attention-grabbing interviews, winemakers from the U.S. and overseas make clear the advanced technique of changing grapes into wine, with greater than 40 vintners candidly discussing how a mixture of expertise, ardour, and event form the end result in their person wines. every one winemaker information their own method of some of the steps required to transform grapes into wine. Natalie Berkowitz speaks to winemakers from varied backgrounds who paintings in assorted wine-producing areas, together with Chile, England, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and the U.S.. They discuss frequent and unexpected grape varietals, their struggles with neighborhood terroirs, and the vagaries of mom Nature. a few characterize small family members wineries with restricted creation whereas others paintings for companies generating millions of bottles. each one person bargains infrequent perception into how new applied sciences are revolutionizing ancient winemaking practices. The interviews are supplemented with own recipes and maps of winemaking areas. An aroma wheel captures the significant array of wine's complicated flavors and aromas.

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