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Boom – Greek red wines get high praise in Germany | ELLOINOS

While Greek wines have received a lot of solid press in the English speaking parts of the world over the last few years, reporting in their most important expor

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Myth Busted: Bourbon Does Not Have To Be Made In Kentucky | VinePair

s Newsletter★ Our Most Popular Stories!Myth Busted: Bourbon Does Not Have To Be Made In KentuckyEmily Bell September 23, 2015Share On Facebook! Share On Twitter! Email This To A Friend Share On Pinterest!Bourbon Not from KentuckyIn fact, bourbon doesn’t have to be made anywhere near Kentucky—and it can still be 100% authentic. It’s called “America’s Native Spirit,” after all, not “Kentucky’s Native Spirit.” Not that you should blurt this out to a Kentuckian after you’ve both had a few.Let’s just look at the unbiased, sober (so to speak) regulations of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau—the way all sensitive matters of regional pride should be settled. According to the TTB, these are the only requirements for the production of “authentic” bourbon: that it’s produced in the United States, made with a minimum 51% corn content, distilled to no higher than 160 proof, and barreled at no higher than 62.5% ABV in charred, new oak containers. No mention of Kentucky or blue grass anywhere in there. So yes, you could make bourbon in Orlando, Florida, or Sitka, Alaska, and call it that—so say federal regulations, at least.Whether you’ll convince a Kentuckian is another story. According to the Kentucky Distiller’s Association, “only the Bluegrass State has the perfect natural mix of climate, conditions and pure limestone water necessary for producing the world’s greatest Bourbon.” The Kentucky climate does have a special influence, with the region’s warmer summers helping to gently accelerate the aging in the barrel (whereas in chillier Scotland, Scotch tends to age for longer, so yeah, an “Alaskan bourbon” might have trouble reaching its “peak” in any reasonable amount of time). And temperature fluctuations from warm to cool within the rick house (where Kentucky bourbon is aged) help the whiskey absorb into and out of the barrel, with that increased interaction theoretically imparting more flavor.So yes, there’s some reason to believe Kentucky is an (if not the only) ideal place to age bourbon. But recent, decent entries from places as far afield as Colorado, New York State, and Wyoming (boasting its own limestone aquifer) show evidence of bourbon’s production potential beyond Kentucky. Not that it’s likely to go national anytime soon. Kentucky is currently responsible for about 95% of all bourbon production (which, in 2014, clocked in at 1.3 million barrels, the highest output since 1970). A certain amount of territorial identity is in order, not to mention embedded into our collective cultural concept of “damn good bourbon.” But it’s a spiritual identity, not a legal one, and if bourbon lovin’ keeps on the rise, with shortages (maybe?) looming, Kentucky may be challenged by still more nationwide competitors looking to char some barrels and cash in on our whiskey thirst.*Another point of confusion is “Tennessee whiskey,” which is basically made along the same exact lines of bourbon but often subjected to a charcoal filtration process, in theory resulting in a smoother finished product. Tennessee whiskey, however, must be made in Tennessee.Image Courtesy of Irina Mos / Shutterstock.combourbon, whiskeyEnjoy what you read? Share with your friends!More Stories From Around The Web…Basically The Best Brussels Sprouts Recipe EverThe 5 Most Crowd Pleasing Appetizers6 Mixers You Should Absolutely Never UseThis May Be the World’s Best Cake The Price Of A Beer At Every NFL Football Stadium In 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]The Price Of A Beer At Every NFL Football Stadium In 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]10 Incredible Personal Wine Cellars10 Incredible Personal Wine Cellars Learn 20 Beer Words Most Beer Drinkers Don’t KnowLearn 20 Beer Words Most Beer Drinkers Don’t KnowYour Drunk Aunt Was Right: The Hot Toddy Is The Cure To The Common ColdYour Drunk Aunt Was Right: The Hot Toddy Is The Cure To The Common Cold The Best 13 Budget Bourbons Under $50The Best 13 Budget Bourbons Under $509 Liquor Storage Ideas For Small Spaces9 Liquor Storage Ideas For Small Spaces Myth Busted: Bourbon Does Not Have To Be Made In KentuckyMyth Busted: Bourbon Does Not Have To Be Made In KentuckyHow One Man Saved The Bourbon Industry From FailingHow One Man Saved The Bourbon Industry From Failing The Amount of Wine Teachers Need To Drink To Survive Every School Year SituationThe Amount of Wine Teachers Need To Drink To Survive Every School Year SituationWhy Good Bars Spray Your Beer Glass With WaterWhy Good Bars Spray Your Beer Glass With WaterSearch VinePairFind & Follow VinePairThe Latest Bacon Maple Manhattan For Fall Maple Bacon Manhattan [RECIPE] Bar Opening And Closing Time Map MAP: When Is Last Call In Every State? Pro/Con The Great Pumpkin Beer Debate Pro/Con: Is Pumpkin Beer Awful Or Great? College Drinking Quiz Tell Us What You Like To Drink And We’ll Tell You Where You Should Have Gone To College Learn 20 Beer Words Most Beer Drinkers Don’t Know Learn 20 Beer Words Most Beer Drinkers Don’t Kno

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Δελτίο τρύγου 2015 Κτήμα Βιβλία Χώρα | oinos

Η έναρξη της βλαστικής περιόδου των αμπελιών στους πρόποδες του Παγγαίου έγινε το πρώτο δεκαήμερο του Απριλίου. Στη συνέχεια η άνοιξη και το καλοκαίρι ήταν πολύ δροσερά με πολλές βροχές που εξασφάλισαν τη σωστή ποσότητα νερού για την ανάπτυξη της αμπέλου, χωρίς την ανάπτυξη ασθενειών. Η ωρίμανση των σταφυλιών ξεκίνησε το δεύτερο δεκαήμερο του Ιουλίου,…

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Would You Drink Brown Vodka? Barrel-Aged Vodka on the Rise

The colorless classic is barreling toward your bar with a new hue.

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