Alcohol levels growing in domestic wine

A growing “controversy” in the wine world is the raised alcohol levels in domestic wines. Whether it’s due to global warming or a way to entice famous wine writers (read: Robert Parker) to give them a glowing review, winemakers are caving, leading to wine descriptors like “hot”, “burning” and “high alcohol”. Tyler Coleman, aka Dr. Vino, wrote an interesting post on this trend.

Read the post entitled “Wine, alcohol and tax”


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