We at the 1848 Winery believe that the label is utilised as a tool by wine lovers. The label should inform me of the style of wine I am purchasing, or why this wine is particularly good. The writing ought to designate the species, time spent in barrel, and describe the scents and smells of the wine and the impression from the range of flavours the wine leaves in the mouth. We added three scales directing the customer in the choice of wine:
Up the Pedigree Line
1848 Winery has been manufacturing wine for eight generations, and along with the extensive knowledge and experience accumulated the wine improves. The wine labels show the wine’s generation, testifying the grapes’ quality, the manufacturing process, the wine’s complexity and character, which ultimately effect the price level of the bottle.
The Aging Process in the Barrel
Wine that lingers in the barrel calms down from the fermenting and wine manufacturing process, and also matures gaining a layer of perfumes and flavours that improve the drink’s character. Prolonged months in the barrel intensify the presence of vanilla, tobacco, or caramel flavours.
The Wine’s Body
There are several ingredients in the wine that testify its body: the level of alcohol, density of the fluid, and even the residue of flavours that linger upon the pallet. The drink may be light, delicate, and appropriate for lovers of light meals and dishes; balanced, harmonious and elegant; and even heavy and full, for those of us who prefer the meat stew and hearty meals.
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