Some winemakers--most notably vignerons from the Alsace region of France, vinify
late-harvest wines toward dryness.
By law, Barruol must vinify
these lots within the boundaries of Cote Rotie, after which they move the paltry nine barrels to their facility in Gigondas to age, bottle, and finally ship to the world.
Tempranillo--"Tempranillo is easy to grow and vinify
in Oregon, particularly Southern Oregon.
Our freshly renovated century old winery has a capacity of 900,000 liters to vinify
the 400 acres of estate-owned vineyards of Casarena.
By tradition, Santorini vintners harvest until the afternoon and vinify
Nykteri during the night.
Because the wines vinify
quickly, they have always been popular with the vintners of the area because they can be marketed very soon after harvest, and rarely see any aging beyond a few years except for the very best Crus.
Some growers go the full Burgundian hog and vinify
and age them in small oak barrels to make them as rich and creamy as possible, but half-way decent white Rully and Givry should never lose their essential racy lightness and elegance.
In 1997, Jadot established a new winery and, astonishingly, are able to handle and vinify
grapes separately from about 130 different AOCs.
There are a variety of ways to vinify
sparkling wine, but all are based on taking an already fermented wine through a second fermentation process in a sealed container.
Jeffrey makes his wine at the custom-crush facility Vinify
in the Coffey Park neighborhood of Santa Rosa.
No wine spends longer than seven months in barrel and, while we vinify
all our vintage wines in barrels, lighter wines destined for the Special Cuve might be impoverished by wood.