This video discusses the history and production of wine. It explains how grapes are grown and processed to create wine, and how the climate affects the final product. The video also covers how wine is filtered and bottled.
00:00:00 The video discusses the history and production of wine. It discusses how grapes are grown, harvested, and processed to create wine. Today, wine is made with grapes that are grown in warmer climates, but the basic principles of wine production have not changed in thousands of years. The wine will be sweeter in cold climates, but can survive a harsh winter if the grapes are well-protected. The more sweet the grapes, the sweeter the wine will be. Winemakers try to delay the harvest as much as possible to produce the best wine. Tinted wines are made with grapes that are both tinted and sweet, while red wines are made from just red grapes. White wines are made from both white and red grapes, but the red wine process is more involved. Wine is stored for a few months and then passes through several filters to remove particles. Finally, it is bottled and sealed. Wine is constantly evolving, and new technologies are being developed to improve its quality.