They are those wines that have not had any type of aging in wood (barrel) or this aging has been minimal. They are marketed during the same year of harvest or the following year. It is advisable to consume them in a relatively short period, between 2 and 3 years from the time of harvest. … Continue reading What are young wines?
The factors that affect tannins are: grape variety, climate, location and especially the processing of the grape. The role of tannins is very important and cannot be avoided. Care should be taken to avoid “bad” tannins – green that come from immature grapes, badly pressed grapes, petiole remains, prolonged skin aging (seeds). The Plavac mali … Continue reading The tannins in production