Why wines taste different and how to keep them fresh

Wine Types
There’s dozens of different varieties of wine, but it turns out even different wines made from the same kind of grapes can smell and taste different.

Researchers eat UC Davis studied Malbec wines from grapes grown in Argentina and California. The Argentine Malbecs were sweeter than their Californian counterparts, proving that it’s the geography as well as the grape that makes all the difference in winemaking.

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