Decanting

What Is Decanting Wine? When, How, and Why to Decant Your Wine Masterclass.com What Is Decanting Wine? Decanting wine means slowly pouring the wine from its bottle into a different container, without disturbing the sediment at the bottom. Wine is often decanted into a glass vessel with an easy-pour neck. Examples include the swan, cornett, Read More …

Crusted Port

Crusted Port is a younger style of Port wine that is bottled unfiltered, leaving a sediment (crust) to form in the bottle with time. It is a fairly recent invention, aiming to provide a full-bodied, traditional style that emulates Vintage Port, but at a much lower price. Typically, top-quality Crusted Port is a blend of selected fuller-bodied lots of Read More …