Tasty Wine

posted by giacomo

The reason I’ve been slow to process my Siena pictures has been legitimate, though, I feel: the very next day was a field trip to a vineyard and olive grove for some excellent wine tasting and olive oil tasting (superior, in my opinion. I could drink that stuff any/every day of the week). I got an overview of the whole process of winemaking from growing the vine to decanting fresh bottle, and it was informative and highly enjoyable (and delicious). Anyways, many things have been said already about the beauty of winemaking in the Tuscan countryside but allow me to say them again using HDR:

Where the crushed grapes (aka must) is initially distilled

This is where the magic happens - the cellar where the wine is aged in those barrels

A fine chianti is slowly born

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