The average rating for Ziekten En Beschadigingen Der Ooftboomen, Volume 4 based on 2 reviews is 3 stars.
|Review # 1 was written on 2012-03-15 00:00:00|
I thought this would be more of a beginners guide to wine. It was to complicated for me.
|Review # 2 was written on 2020-06-09 00:00:00|
Easy to read guide for beginners. Smart classification of grape varietals by tannic levels: light, medium bodied, full bodied. Tasting notes are iffy. Reds Light & Smooth (least tannic) - Pinot Noir: S-characteristics: soft, smooth, silky, sexy, subtle - Dolcetto: aka Little Sweet One; recommended by Richard Betts; Piedmont, Italy; simple, fruity quaffing wine (soft red cherry & sometimes acid/slightly sour twist although it is generally a low-acid grape). Most frequently made in stainless steel => no oak flavours Medium bodied - Merlot: - Nero D'avola: Sicily; - Sangiovese: - Tempranillo: - Malbec: medium-full bodied Full bodied (most tannic) Appearance: dark red; port like; younger wines tend to be more blue-purple vs older wines are brick-brown - Cabernet Sauvignon: - Shiraz/Syrah: - Nebbiolo: Piedmont & across Italy; makes the legendary Barolo & Barbaresco; full flavoured; fruity, spicy; power, structure & tannin - ages well up to 10 yrs
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