The Art of Making Wine

If you’re stumped within the wine aisle of the shop, you’re now not alone. every bottle has precise nuances of taste and odor. How can something manufactured from grapes scent buttery or taste like grass? learn about the complicated chemistry at the back of wine and then provoke your pals at your next party.

Producer
Sean Parsons

Writer:
Sam Lemonick

Lead Writer:
Noel Waghorn

Executive Producer:
Adam Dylewski

Scientific consultants:
Matt Hartings, Ph.D.
Darcy Gentleman, Ph.D.

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18 Comments

  1. To whoever reads this,
    I hope you have a wonderful day and no matter what stay happy as that is what matters most in life,
    You are truly amazing and no one can ever take that away from you,
    Be happy and enjoy life,
    We don't have long on earth so make the most of it,
    Have a wonderful day, Cheers, from doge in a rain coat!

  2. From my experience, people slowly migrate over time from sweet white to dry white to red.  This is because of the bitter astringency of tannins.  It would be great if you could do an entire show on grape tannins and how they react to oak tannins and how both react to saliva, the protein in your mouth and foods that are high in protein.  Thank you for doing this series.

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