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Unoaked

Unoaked wines are wines that are fermented through stainless steel instead of an oak barrel. The unoaked wines are made to be lighter and higher fruit concentrated wine. By being fermented in stainless steel, the grapes can keep their natural fruit flavor. The unoaked fermentation have effects on both the red wine and the white… read more »

Woody

This wine has a flavor and aroma of an oak wood due to the fermentation in the oak wood. This means that the wine was long overdue in a barrel. The oak flavor is only good for a limited amount. If it is excessive, it takes away the fruity flavor from the grapes.    … read more »

Wine of the Month Club – Interview with Morgan Twain-Peterson

Paul:                      Welcome to the Wine of the Month Club continuing winemakers series.  It’s a pleasure to have Morgan Twain-Peterson here from Bedrock Wines.  And I know we have some family history in the wine business. Morgan:               Yeah. Paul:                      That would be..? Morgan:               My father who founded the Ravenswood Winery back in 1976 was Joel Peterson…. read more »