Minerality in Wine | Get Wine Online Canada | Victory Wine | VICTORY WINE AND SPIRITS INC.

Minerality in Wine | Get Wine Online Canada | Victory Wine

Are you still driving everywhere? Still deal with that back pain and anxiety of being stuck in traffic and not getting done today you wanted to get done three weeks ago. We get it, we all need to drive (or have the need to drive) unless you are a world class runner or cyclist who just loves the travel aspect of it. Or you love nature so much that you refuse to pollute the environment! Either or all of the above, we respect and defer to your path. 

It should be common ground that if we can save you the time and money of waiting in line at Canada Post to pick up your wine or waiting in long lines to obtain it, why not have us deliver to you for FREE! Yes, free! 

This way, we can aggregate the shipping costs (which are nil for you) and save the environment a little - one drive at a time.

You can then enjoy the vitamins and minerals from the food and grapes so you stay healthy! 

AHH YES - the BLOG TOPIC 

MINERALS - rescuing you and them! 

Frankly, a Ph.D. could be written on this topic so we will discuss the concept of terroirs! 

FOUR DEFINITIONS 

(1) THE CONVENTIONAL ONE 

Vineyard and the environment shapes the quality of the wine.

Physical factors such as soil chemistry, aspect, drainage, average climate and slope incredible influence on how the varietals grow and taste.

And yes, climate change. It is real.  

(2) FLAVOUR DEFINITION 

"Yo got to taste the local cuisine!" Human factors plays serious importance as local traditional practices will influence wine flavour.

(3) TASTE THE TERROIRS 

Parlez le Francais? Well, if you go then goût de terroir encapsulates this one! Cogitate in terms of  the rustic or earthy wines, and wasn't a term used for fine wines.

(4) LET'S GET PHYSICAL - THE BODY OF THE TERROIR 

The physical vineyard site itself, independent of the wine, as in 'this is a good terroir', or 'the terroir is clay and limestone here.'

So let's avoid all that "brimstone" and enjoy the natural minerality of the wines below and, of course, tear away from old terroirs. A change would do you good! 

 

 

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