On sale you can find various types of drinks from grapes: dry and sweet, sparkling and quiet, seasoned and young. In some instances, the year and region of manufacture are indicated; in others, these data are not available. One of the many categories, which is presented in any outlet, are table wines. The group includes completely different drinks, combined with certain characteristics. What wines belong to the table category includes natural drinks from grapes with a low concentration of sugar and alcohol. Continue reading
Dry white wine is a drink containing not more than 0.3% sugar, as a result of which it has a pleasant sourness, which can differ in its intensity depending on the grape variety. It is noteworthy that this sort of wine can be made from various types of grapes, even black berries can be used.
What make white dry wine When producing any wine, the first thing to do is take care of the quality of the raw materials from which this drink is made. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Riesling are considered the most popular grapes for white dry. Continue reading
Fernet (Fernet) is a bitter liqueur on herbs with a strength up to 45%. As a rule, it has Italian origin and belongs to the group – amaro. It is prepared according to a special recipe based on grape alcohol with the addition of caramel and various herbs. Today, a more accurate composition and proportions of the drink depend on the manufacturer. But in the classic version must be present: saffron, aloe, rhubarb, chamomile, cardamom, oregano and myrrh. Continue reading
Bourbon is a real American alcoholic drink, which is produced mainly from corn. Interestingly, the only state in America where the production of this drink is allowed at the legislative level is Kentucky. Most lovers of amber spirits often confuse whiskey with bourbon, but in order to find out once and for all which brands belong to bourbon, we will conduct a brief overview of the brightest and most interesting representatives of this category Continue reading
Armagnac is one of three varieties of authentic French brandy. The other two include Calvados and Cognac. Armagnac is the oldest and oldest brandy in France and, possibly, all over the world. In the historical chronicles there are records in which it is said that the remains of distilleries dating back to the 14th century were found in this region. In 2010, Armagnac officially celebrated its 700th anniversary, celebrations were held around the world. Continue reading