Skin contact wine is exactly what it sounds like: a wine that has spent some time in contact with its skins. This process brings depth of colour, added texture and a broader flavour profile. It's like making red wine but with white grapes. Just like red wine, the time it is left to macerate can vary from a few days to several months. It all depends on the type of wine that the winegrower is looking for. The longer the juice is left in contact with the skin and other bits, the stronger, more colourful, more structured and aromatic the wine is.
Come find out more about skin contact wine with us!
Thur 08.09.2022/ 7-9pm/ La Cabane Wine Cellar The ticket includes wines & nibbles
Denavolo, Dinavolino 2020, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
The Other Right, Counting Stars 2020, Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Tamuna, Kiss of Kakhuri Mtsvane 2020, Kakheti, Georgia
Craven, Pinot Gris 2021, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Domaine Jousset, Maceration Menu Pineau 2019, Loire Valley, France
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