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Transcript of Wine Making
Photographs can be found on www.wineanorak.com
Old World Wines
Been around for several millenia
Traditionally focused on "Terroir"
Less fruity than New World
Traditional wines eg. Bordeaux, Sancerre, Cotes Du Rhone.
Regulated to a set of rules and laws eg, what can be planted, how much can be planted, storage.
Strength of Old World Wine are generally around 11% - 12% although can be stronger.
New World Wines
Countries started producing in the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries
More focused on fruit and flavours than "terroir"
No Laws governing production
Typically stronger averaging around 14%, can be as strong as 16%
Uses the same grapes but wine is branded by the vineyard. E.g Madfish, Banrock Station, Saint Clair