Malolactic Fermentation

Would you rather drink white wine that exhibits characteristics of a) apples or b) milk? Good God.

Update: This comes on the heels of drinking a 2003 Treana Marsanne/Viognier blend (66%/34%) on the recommendation of someone in a local wine store I like. I loves me a Rhône white, so I asked her how “California” it was. She said “Oh, not at all- lots of minerals.” And it was on sale, for around $20, so I bought one. And it tasted like butterscotch pudding. Just awful.

Update #2: Actually, I was just impatient to get to 700 posts. Which this is.

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