Grapes + yeast Enzymes ----------> Alcohol + CO2 + ATP (heat)
Dry wines: are the result of an unstopped finished fermentation
Fruity wines: are the result of a stopped unfinished fermentation.
This process is challenging since it requires to find the right balance
before stopping the fermentation.
1. Cork: some of our wines contain some cork ships. It’s alright. In fact, cork is
a good absorbent of some of the newly formed substances during bottle aging.
2. Sediments: some of our wines contain some grape sediments. It’s alright.
They add character to the wine.
3. Port: once in a while some our Port bottles leak. It’s alright. It’s due to wine
expansion because of high alcohol content and temperature variation.
In fact, matured Ports in wooden barrels, whose permeability allows a small
amount of oxygen exposure, experience what is known as oxidative aging.
THE BEST WINE IS THE ONE YOU LIKE:
Wine tasting is an experience. Here at Giessinger winery we try to experiment
with all kind of wine making styles to accommodate your palate. Whether the
wine is dry, fruity, or sweet it is your palate that matters at the end. Your
appreciation and choice of wine is dictated by your palate and not by what
others like or say. Always remember, the best wine is the one you like.