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Published on October 19, 2009

Minerality is a much-abused term, rarely able to be properly defined when the speaker is asked to do so. The few known facts are discussed here.

Sulphur-like odours (SLOs)

Published on September 3, 2009

Reductive issues are at the opposite end of the continuum from oxidation. Too much reduction is a bad thing. But a little bit of reduction can give desired complexing characters to a wine. There’s no easy answer to controlling a little from too much.

Light-struck wines?

Published on July 24, 2009

We are used to being star struck, but what about our beers and wines being light-struck? What degree of fault is this?

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