Tuesday, March 17, 2015

A History of Wine: How Modern Margaret River Wineries Began to Thrive

Wines have traditionally been made from grapes due to their naturally fermenting properties without having to add sugars, enzymes, strains of wine yeast, or other agents. Wine-making has since evolved across cultures, introducing an almost infinite blend of aromas and flavours made from other fruits abundant in a region. In Western Australia, for instance, modern wineries in Margaret River, such as The Berry Farm, have infused vibrant and luscious notes of apples, lemons, berries and other seasonal fruits into their wines.

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