Do people step on grapes to make wine in France?

Answer While most wineries now use machinery to stem and crush grapes in order to save on labor costs, a few small-scale wineries, such as Clos du Gravillas, use the traditional foot-crushing method in th... Read More »

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How are grapes used to make wine?

The fermented juice from grapes has been used to make wine for more than 8,000 years. Archaeologists believe wine making began on what is now the border of Georgia and Iran about 6000 B.C. But, acc... Read More »

Can you freeze grapes to make wine?

Freezing grapes will not turn their juice into wine. The International Wine of the Month Club notes that grape juice has to ferment to become wine. According to Brehm Vineyards’ online article, p... Read More »

How many grapes are needed to make wine?

The quantity of grapes in a given bottle of wine varies by the style of wine. According to the Wine Lovers Page, the average wine will have at least 600 to 800 grapes per bottle. The quantity goes ... Read More »

What grapes make Tuscany wine?

Tuscany is perhaps best known for wines made from the Sangiovese grape variety, such as Chianti Classico, Sangiovese Grosso and Sangioveto. Other grape varieties used in Tuscan wine include Trebbia... Read More »