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What Happens To Wine As It Ages? Continued!

What Happens To Wine As It Ages? Continued! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine advice , Wine Science 🕔October 10, 2018

We recently shared some information, via Wine Enthusiast, about which wines to age and how to go about storing them. And now we’re back to our original question… What’s going on inside that bottle? Nothing in wine is ever static.

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What Happens To Wine As It Ages?

What Happens To Wine As It Ages? 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine advice , Wine Science 🕔October 9, 2018

Some people (or so we hear) don’t pop open their newly purchased bottles of wine and drink it… they put it away, sometimes for years, before they indulge! We’re kidding. Everyone has heard of aging wine (and who doesn’t kind

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The Science of Swirling Wine

The Science of Swirling Wine 0

blog , Laurita Winery , Wine Science , Wine Weirdness 🕔August 25, 2018

You know the stereotype… nose up, pinky out, arm raised, eyes narrowed, glass swirlin’ wine snob. But we’ve told you before, there’s actually good reason to swirl your wine. Swirling your wine around the glass introduces oxygen. See, immediately after

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You Know Wine Is Heart Healthy… But WHY?

You Know Wine Is Heart Healthy… But WHY? 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine news , Wine Science 🕔April 7, 2018

We’ve told you before, wine can be good for you. Among other benefits (like preventing sunburn, inhibiting cancer, or fighting insulin resistance), drinking wine is known to be good for cardiovascular health. But why is wine good for your heart?

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Another Reason to Smile – Wine Is Good For Your Teeth!

Another Reason to Smile – Wine Is Good For Your Teeth! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine news , Wine Science 🕔February 21, 2018

For years studies have shown that wine, particularly red wine, is good for you when enjoyed in moderation. It has been shown to help limit flu symptoms, and has even been recognized (by us, at least) as the possible fountain

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Wine in the Sky

Wine in the Sky 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine news , Wine Science , Wine Weirdness 🕔January 6, 2018

If you’ve ever had a glass of wine during a flight, you might think (like we did) that airplane wine is a lot like airplane food… meh. According to Forbes, the wine itself is not to blame. Did it taste

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Size Matters!

Size Matters! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , Wine Science 🕔December 14, 2017

After much debate over whether size truly matters, it turns out the answer is YES! A new study from the University of Cambridge, reported via the BBC and published in the BJM, finds that the Brits have experienced a “sharp

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Exploring the Rhizosphere

Exploring the Rhizosphere 0

Laurita Winery , wine news , Wine Science 🕔November 13, 2017

When we talk about wine  – and viniculture specifically – there are a lot of terms we’ve learned to consider.We know that everything from the native, local plants to the soil itself have an intrinsic effect on the flavor of

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Does The Cork Make Your Wine Taste Better?

Does The Cork Make Your Wine Taste Better? 0

Laurita Winery , Wine Science 🕔September 30, 2017

We all know that better wines tend to be sealed with a cork, while the lower end (think on the shelves of your local convenience store) wines tend to have screw caps, but does the cork itself have anything to

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6,000 Year Old Wine Discovered in Italian Cave!

6,000 Year Old Wine Discovered in Italian Cave! 0

Laurita Winery , News , Wine Science 🕔August 31, 2017

Italian wines are some of the best known and most loved in the world… and they should be, since it turns out Italians have had thousands of years to perfect the art of winemaking! Scientists have recently discovered wine residue

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