Are we heading for a premature oxidation problem with red wines now?

By Jane Anson

23 MAY 2013

Premature oxidation, or premox. When a wine fault has its own affectionate nickname, you know it’s become a widespread issue.


Up until now, red wine drinkers have been able to sympathise with the…


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windmill

WINDMILL

June 09 2013, 11:36

这段时间其实一直在考虑葡萄酒过早成熟的问题。

hexj11

HEXJ11

May 24 2013, 13:18

看来酿造和保存一种好的葡萄酒真需要多学科的专业知识啊。Jane Anson的文章值得一读。

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