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Production methods

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  1. Champagne bottle in an ice bucket, with flutes.
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    Champagne and sparkling wines demystified

    A great addition to festive moments, these wines are characterized by the more or less important presence of carbon dioxide. Some will display a subtle effervescence like fizzy wines, while sparkling wines and Champagnes offer a more abundant effervescence.

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  2. cooper in action
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    A forgotten figure: the cooper

    Vintners, oenologists, cellar masters, distillers and winegrowers are inevitably in the highest ranks when you’re talking about wines and spirits. However, there is an essential figure, often ignored, in the production of wine and fine alcohols: the cooper

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  3. Wine barrels
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    The effect of wood on wine

    What is the effect of wood on wine? Should it be noticeable or understated? Here is a bit of background on maturing wine in oak.

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  4. Percentage of sugar of the wine
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    Sugar and wine: a matter of balance

    Does your wine taste fruity, or is it really sweet? Very ripe grapes have a fruity aroma and richness that may appear to be sweetness, without actually containing sugar. Nonetheless, some wines do contain this sweet substance, which helps intensify a wine’s fruity flavours and roundness on the palate.

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  5. whisky in the distillery
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    Spirits: To each their own Scotch

    Depending on its provenance, how it was made and whether it was blended, Scotch whisky offers many nuances to savour for those willing to take the time to appreciate it.

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  6. Jura vineyard
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    Jura wine: original and complex!

    Jura is a small region—especially in terms of production. It’s worth the hunting though, these wines are diverse and very original!

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  7. Absinthe
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    Absinthe’s double life

    Born of an ancient medicinal tradition and regularly fetishized in 19th century Europe, absinthe was often demonized and outlawed. Nowadays, this spirit is experiencing an increasing popularity – accompanied by a renaissance in Quebec.

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  8. vodka
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    Vodka: the drink for any occasion!

    Its versatility has made it one of the most popular spirits in the world. Vodka lovers, learn more about its origins, traditions, and possible food and drink pairings.

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  9. Organic wines
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    Organic wines: True or false?

    How can you decant true from false? Take our entertaining quiz!

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  10. Screw-tops
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    The case for and against screw-tops

    Increasingly popular screw caps versus traditional cork stoppers—which is the best way to seal wine?

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  11. production of rosé
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    How is made the rosé?

    Do you know how rosé is made? Here to help shine a light on the world of winemaking, we explain the two main techniques used in the production of rosé.

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  12. Veneto
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    Reds from Veneto: unique techniques

    Veneto stands out for three reasons in the world of Italian wine. The most important region in terms of its volume of production, notably because of the remarkable success of Prosecco, it has also brought about unique techniques of production for red wine.

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