Wine Tasting Notes Organized by Vineyard
A vineyard is the place where vines of grapes are grown. A winery is the place where these grapes are converted into wine. Often, however, the two places are the same, and thus the two terms can be used interchangeably.
The vineyard is often contributed with giving the wine much of its character. The temperature, amount of rainfall, exposure to sun or shade, type of soil and altitude are just a few factors that make up the vineyard’s terroir and alter how the grapes will grow and taste.
The vineyard is nearly always included on the label of wine, both so the consumer knows who produced the wine and so the winemaker can show off his product.
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