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On a website for home winemakers, one fellow asked where "leather aromas and taste come from". Another wine maker replied "it comes from not taking your shoes off before foot-stomping your grapes".
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Perhaps that is also responsible for wines that taste jammy.
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Howie Hart wrote:On a website for home winemakers, one fellow asked where "leather aromas and taste come from". Another wine maker replied "it comes from not taking your shoes off before foot-stomping your grapes".
I hope they were both joking but something tells me they weren't.
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