Old world wine New world wine the world oh wine
it's a presentation of the two world of wines. And the future of the two wines.
the old world represent the terroir, the tradition whereas the new world represent the fresh tastes, the new generation of the world.
[...] Furthermore we can note that wine exports grew very quickly as quality wine production increased. Chile is now the fifth largest exporter of wines in the world, and the ninth largest producer. New Zealand New Zealand wines are typically made from a blend of varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Pinot Noir. But recently, there have been wines made solely from Syrah as well as Sangiovese. Typically, Bordeaux blends come from regions relatively hot and dry. Concerning the white wines, Chardonnay and Sauvignon predominate in plantings and production. [...]
[...] On a historical point of view, the Greek god Dionysus and the Roman equivalent Bacchus represented wine, and the drink is also used in Christian Eucharist ceremonies. Since this time, wine is drink and produce all around the world. For example: Chinese, Indian, Chilean produce wines. Thus, two worlds appeared: the old and the new world of wine. Nowadays, a great debate anime the world of wine. In fact, for many people there is a gap between the new and the old world wine. But what is exactly the old and the new world wine ? What sort of future have the two world? [...]
[...] Presentation of the old world wine Old world wine come from the “classic wine making regions” in Europe. The classic wine making regions are : France, Germany, Austria, Spain and Italy. The term of old world is used to describe general differences in viticulture and wine making philosophies where tradition and the role of terroir are very important. Through tradition we can say that regions of the old world wine as develop and adapt techniques that presumably is the best for the wine to grow in this area. [...]
[...] Furthermore quality of the New World's wines increases every years and the consumption too. Thus it's a big issue for the small producer of the Old World Wines because they cannot concurrency while the costs of the export are too expensive. Nevertheless, some producers of the Old World like Petrus, Smith Haut Lafite or Cheval Blanc have no fear of the future because their reputation and the high quality of their wines are recognize all around the world. Their production is sale in a few times, because they produce wines in a small quantity and a lot of person want to buy it. [...]
[...] They are the unique attributes that, theoretically, make a Merlot based wine from Bordeaux taste different from a Merlot based wine anywhere else in the world even if the winemaking techniques is the same. II. Presentation of the New world wine New world wines are those wines produced outside the traditional wine-growing areas of Europe and particularly Chile, Mexico, South Africa, Argentina Also we can notice that the vineyards are practically all located in hotter climates than those of Northern Europe, consequently New world grapes tend to be more riper, and if the grapes are riper the concentration of sugar increase and the wine is more alcoholic. [...]
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