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

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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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