Pushing the (winemaking) envelope

London, Joshua E.; Marmon, Lou
November 2013
Washington Jewish Week;11/14/2013, Vol. 49 Issue 46, p30
The article offers information about the grape varieties used in winemaking. It describes the red wine grape variety Alicante Bouschet that was first cultivated in France in 1866 by Henri Bouschet which in turn is a cross of grenache and petit bouschet grape varieties. It also discusses the single-malt Scotch whisky Talisker which is an energetic, vigorous and thunderous whisky with billows of peat smoke.


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