To try, buy and put by

To try, buy and put by
The 11 minutes here refer to the amount of time the skin of the red grapes involved here, Corvina, Shiraz and Carmenere, is left in contact with the clear juice. The juice of grapes, even black grapes, is essentially clear or white. To get red wine, you soak the skins with the white juice. To obtain rosé wine, you soak the skin and juice for a shorter time. Pasqua Winery maintains that exactly 11 minutes works best: the wine is a superb, spicy and lip-smackingly zesty delight.

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