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Blending wine as a “real” winemaker. You can do it too!

Base wines for blending, merlot, cabernet and barrel aged

Base wines for blending, merlot, cabernet and barrel aged, copyright BKWine Photography

Britt has made her début as a winemaker. Or rather, she has blended a wine from three different grape varieties, bottled and labelled it and taken it home with her.

At home she tasted it blind a few months later and found it to be really good. This, of course, was a relief.

The blending debut was made at Montgras in Chile that we visited on our wine tour in South America in February.

So how was Britt’s debut as a winemaker?

To blend you own wine is one of many amusing and interesting activities during our South American wine tour. In February 2014 we are off again! We can promise you a fantastic tour.

More info on the wine tour to Chile & Argentina 1-16 February 2014

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Base wines, measuring pipette and tasting glasses

Base wines, measuring pipette and tasting glasses, copyright BKWine Photography

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