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    aesthete8 Guest

    Default "All mature wines taste of more than just fruit. Mature wines neverassault your senses with simply one flavor, sensation or aroma. They own amultitude of notes that can enthrall your palate like a veritable symphony..."


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    aesthete8 Guest

    Default Re: "All mature wines taste of more than just fruit. Mature winesnever assault your senses with simply one flavor, sensation or aroma. Theyown a multitude of notes that can enthrall your palate like a veritable symphony..."

    On Jan 10, 6:25*pm, aesthete8 <art...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > http://www.hiluxury.com/wines-age/


    Does that mean that a wine does not reveal its unique identity until
    it is fully mature?

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    Anders TÝrneskog Guest

    Default Re: "All mature wines taste of more than just fruit. Mature wines never assault your senses with simply one flavor, sensation or aroma. They own a multitude of notes that can enthrall your palate like a veritable symphony..."


    "aesthete8" <[email protected]> skrev i melding
    news:[email protected]...
    On Jan 10, 6:25 pm, aesthete8 <art...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > http://www.hiluxury.com/wines-age/


    Does that mean that a wine does not reveal its unique identity until
    it is fully mature?

    In my view, the concept of maturity is a little bit misleading. What is
    true is that the wine changes all the time during storage. Asking an old
    vintner which was best - a young wine or an old one, he shrugged and told
    me: Some love the daughter, others the mother...

    Both have an unique identity... :-)

    However - it is also true that many wines, notably red wines of some class
    from Bordeaux or Italy, for instance, go through a phase of sleeping at
    about 6-10 years of age.

    Anders



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    Mike Tommasi Guest

    Default Re: "All mature wines taste of more than just fruit. Mature winesnever assault your senses with simply one flavor, sensation or aroma. Theyown a multitude of notes that can enthrall your palate like a veritable symphony..."

    On 1/11/2011 2:47 PM, Anders TÝrneskog wrote:
    > "aesthete8"<[email protected]> skrev i melding
    > news:[email protected]...
    > On Jan 10, 6:25 pm, aesthete8<art...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >> http://www.hiluxury.com/wines-age/

    >
    > Does that mean that a wine does not reveal its unique identity until
    > it is fully mature?
    >
    > In my view, the concept of maturity is a little bit misleading. What is
    > true is that the wine changes all the time during storage. Asking an old
    > vintner which was best - a young wine or an old one, he shrugged and told
    > me: Some love the daughter, others the mother...
    >
    > Both have an unique identity... :-)
    >
    > However - it is also true that many wines, notably red wines of some class
    > from Bordeaux or Italy, for instance, go through a phase of sleeping at
    > about 6-10 years of age.


    Some never wake up... :-)


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