Have you ever thought about how wines are made? Yes, we already know that wines are made from grapes, but what are the stages involved in the process? Now, let’s get into the process and make sure you read it right until the end.
Ancient wines, long before the cultivation of vines, were made with wild grapes. Originating in ancient Mesopotamia, the wines in the ancient times used herbs and honey to add flavor as wild grapes had less sugar content than cultivated grapes.
By and large, amphora wines are made in the same way. However, like standard table wines, there are differences in colour depending on the grapes a winemaker chooses for producing his wines. Read More
Amber or orange wines are made from white grapes but because of the time they spend in contact with their skins, these wines have tannins. This makes amber wines more versatile than many standard white table wines you might be familiar with. Read More
Amphora-aged wines are renowned for their power, heady aromas and flavours, and beautiful expressive qualities.
Ageing and storing wine in amphorae is an art which dates back thousands of years to the early days of winemaking. Read More