Do Stressed Vines Make the Best Wines?
It is said stressed vines make good wine. When vines work harder to produce fruit, the flavors are more concentrated and vibrant, the acid is better balanced and the tannins are smoother.
However, there is a fine line. Too much struggle causes inhibited vine growth, and fruit ripening may be delayed or suppressed. Wines made with badly stressed vines can be dull, have less complexity, and a relatively short life.
Join us Tuesday, November 8 at 6:30 pm at Stressed Vines in Richardson as we learn about and enjoy premium wines that benefited from good stress.
Reservations: No reservations will be accepted after Saturday, November 5, 2022. Payment is required in advance by credit card or check and is non-refundable. If paying by check, your payment should be payable to “WWS” and sent to WWS c/o Tamara Mattison, 12240 Pecan Forest, Dallas, TX 75230-2495. Payment must be received by the date of the event.
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