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Macedonia winery
Tradition
Wine of Macedonia
Macedonia's wine-growing history goes back to the 13th century BC - from the time of Alexander the Great to Roman and Turkish rule. Since most people have never tasted or seen any Macedonian wine, few know that the country has a rich tradition of wine production and consumption, and that many indigenous grape varieties are grown in its vineyards.
Passionate breeder
Wine quality indicators
Complexity
High quality wines are more complex in their taste profile. They often have numerous layers that release flavors over time. These flavors can appear on the palate one at a time, giving you time to enjoy each one before the next one appears.
Balance
The five components - acidity, tannins, sugar / sweetness, alcohol and fruit - must be balanced. For wines that have to mature for several years to reach maturity, they have the time they need to reach an optimal balance.
Typicality
Another indicator of the wine quality is the typicity or how the wine looks and tastes the way it should. For example, how much a Merlot wine “tastes like a Merlot”.
Intensity and finishing
High quality wines express intense aromas and a lingering finish, with the aromas lingering after the wine is swallowed. Aromas that disappear instantly can indicate that your wine is of poor quality at best.
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