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In terms of taste, what is fhe difference between foot-stomped grapes and machine ground?
What cheap wine ($10 per bottle or less) would you recommend? Bonus points for a boxed wine less than $20.
Currently I usually do boxed Fish Eye and like it pretty well.
Once upon a time, I discovered a wine I fell in love with. There were no other wines I could find that were similar. From the description: Chambourcin and Petit Verdot grapes, fortified with our brandy. This wine is sweet with balanced alcohol (18%) and has flavors of chocolate, mocha, blackberries, and black currant with jam and raisin notes
I'm sure the Brandy is what made it so original. If I'm going out and actively seeking similar wines, what would you recommend I look for?
Have you seen the documentary "Mondovino", and if so, what did you think of it ? Is it still current, namely is the wine culture still going toward taste standardization ?