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Cooperage & the Toasting Process

Oak is a fascinating topic, and cooperage, a cooper is a person that produces oak barrels. There's a lot of talk about the origin of the wood being the most important factor in determining the flavor, which forest, whether it's Nievre, Tronçer, Allier, I've learned that what's quite interesting is the process of producing the oak barrel is actually believed to be more important in determining the final flavor profile of a barrel.

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California 9th Pour: St Helena Estates Cabernet Sauvignon

Today in the California wine class, we are going to be tasting wines from all over the Sonoma and Napa Valley counties, and particularly I am going to point out one of our finale wines today which is the Revana Family St Helena Estate Cabernet Sauvignon.

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