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Sawing Your Own Vineyard At Home

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Admit it or not, wine has now become more than just a status symbol. But that’s because it doesn’t only help relax your body in a healthier way as it spreads in its anti-inflammatory properties all over your body from the inside and out to fight off critical diseases from coming your way, but also helps boost your energy like no other no matter what time of the day you are currently in and what you’ve gone through in life.

Admit it or not as well, wine has also now become more than just a power symbol. And that’s because it doesn’t only help rejuvenate your mind in a fitter way as it spreads out its antioxidant properties all over your mind from the outside and in to fight off crucial distractions from coming your way, but also helps boost your immunity like never before no matter what day of the week you are currently in and what you’re going through in life.

Thus, it’s only right for you to saw your own vineyard at home.

You see and aside from the fact that wine can truly make you heathier from the inside, there’s also the fact that the act of sawing itself can make you even healthier from the outside as it helps every bit of your muscle get flexed enough to do things only a few can do in the eyes of some people such as that of creating something new by hand.

Indeed, wine has also now become more than just a status symbol – it is now a health symbol and something that perfectly represents how strong you really are from the inside.

And thus, it’s only right for you to saw your own vineyard at home.

You also see and aside from the fact that wine can really make you fitter from the outside, there’s also the fact that the act of sawing itself can make you even fitter from the inside as it helps every bit of your nerve get fueled enough to do things only a few can do in the eyes of other people such as that of innovating something old by hand.

And indeed, wine has also now become more than just a power symbol – it is now a fitness symbol and something that perfectly represents how sturdy you truly are from the outside.

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Wine Talk: What the Colors Mean

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TRIVIA TIME! Did you know that red wines get their hue from the juice fermenting with the grape skins and seeds? To make white wines, however, the skins and seeds of the grapes are removed before they’re fermented.

Whether you’re a wine expert or not, the colors of the wine will surely interest you. So here are the red wine and white wine colors with their respective descriptions.

Colors of Red Wine

Light-Bodied Red Wine

Light-bodied red wines such as St. Laurent, Pinot Noir, and Zweigelt tend to have higher levels of acid and less tannin. The colors of light-bodied red wines can extend from a bright magenta to garnet.

Medium-Bodied Red Wine

Medium-bodied red wines like Zinfandel, Merlot, and Sangiovese have medium levels of acid and tannin. This range of wines is also diverse.

Full-Bodied Red Wine

Full-bodied red wines such as Mourvedre, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, and Syrah have slightly lower acidity compared to medium-bodied red wines. However, they have high tannin. Because they’re highly extracted, they are opaque as well.

Cabernet Sauvignon red wine

Old Red Wine

A red wine will have a dull brown hue if it’s way past its best years. Others may last up to 20 years without changing colors, but Nebbiolo and Merlot turn into orange earlier than other kinds of wine.

Rosé Wine

Red grapes like Mourvedre are used to make rosé wine, but the skins of the grapes aren’t exposed to the juice for long. Because of that, Rosé wines, like Pinot Noir and Garnacha, appear paler than the typical red wine. Their colors range from pale salmon to magenta.

Colors of White Wine

Light-Bodied White Wine

Light-bodied white wines like Albarino, Muscadet, Pinot Grigio, and Vinho Verde vary from clear to a pale yellow-green color. It’s best to drink them when they’re young and cold as ice.

Medium-Bodied White Wine

Most white wines are medium-bodied. They have a pale yellow-gold color. Examples of medium-bodied white wines are Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, and Unoaked Chardonnay.

Raats Chenin Blanc white wine

Full-Bodied White Wine

These wines have less acid levels, and they use oak aging in order to add vanilla scents and creaminess. Among full-bodied white wines are Marsanne, Chardonnay, and Viognier.

Old White Wine

Not many white wines can last for more than a few of years. Because they’re sensitive to light, old white wines lose their shine and have a more orange color over time.

 

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