Cellars Wine Club Releases Wine Guide For “Old Vine” Wines

June 18, 2013

In an effort to clear up confusion concerning “old vine” wines, Cellars Wine Club recently published a guide explaining the differences.

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Old vine wine is in yet another category of wine available and, according to Cellars Wine Club’s latest wine club article, is of better quality than “new vine” wine. Cellars Wine Club also explains what exactly old vine wine has that makes it better and were this qualification comes from.

In their article they spell it out most clearly, saying, “Essentially, old vine wine is a wine made from grapes growing on a vine of significant age. Rather than a new vine, as found in most recently formed vineyards, an old vine has a tried and true history of producing high caliber grapes and quality wine.”

Cellars Wine Club also mentions that the grapes produced by older vines tend to be smaller and more concentrated, containing less water. They also note that grape vines take decades to develop before they are ready to produce prime wine, needing time to set-up good root structure. Not until full maturity is reached by the grape vine used should wines be labeled “old vine”.

To check out more about this and other wine club topics, visit Cellars Wine Club’s latest article at the link above.

About Cellars Wine Club

Cellars Wine Club has been a wine club membership vendor since 1999. Delivering wine to any doorstep in the US, this company has been a reliable and trustworthy source of information and fine wine. Cellars Wine Club is a great example of a company that cares what its customers think as well as what they drink.

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