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Art of Brewing Newsletter September 2021

ART OF BREWING SEPTEMBER 2021

Wow what a summer.
Heatwave, smoke and we already made a little fire in our wood stove too!
Hope you all had the chance to enjoy summer somewhere. We had an amazing sailing trip in
Desolation Sound and are back into brewing with winter wine, Limited Edition Season, port and beer
on the agenda.

SAVE 10% ON THESE WINES IN THE COMING MONTHS!
September
Winexpert Classic™                         Winexpert Reserve™
GSM, Aust                                      Amarone, Italy
Moscato, Cal                                   Sauvignon Blanc, Cal
October
Winexpert Classic™                        Winexpert Reserve™
To be announced, unfortunately information not yet available.

WINEXPERT LIMITED EDITION & VINECO PASSPORT SERIES

Exciting! It’s almost limited edition season. Here is a quick sneak peek on this years wines.
In our October newsletter we will give you an in depth overview of the wines, grapes and regions.

LIMITED EDITION                                       PASSPORT SERIES
Pinot Noir – Shiraz, Australia                         Tempranillo – Bobal, Spain
Macabeo – Sauvignon Blanc, Spain                Primitivo, Italy
Cabernet Sauvignon – Grenache, France        Grillo – Pinot Grigio, Italy
Trebbiano – Riesling, Italy                            Cab – Shiraz – Montepulciano (skins), Australia
Grenache – Carignan (skins), Spain

WINE NOTES - tips from the experts
Different corks & How to store your bottles:
We use 2 different kind of corks at Art of Brewing:
* Synthetic corks, which is our personal preference. Synthetic corks are made from PE or
polyethylene and are recyclable.
These corks cost a little bit more ($0.10/bottle), but will help to prevent cork taint
and will keep your wine fresher for a longer time.
With synthetic corks there is no chance that the corks will dry out while your wine matures,
which means the bottles can be stored standing up or on their side.

* Agglomerated (or normal) corks are made of cork granules that are glued together. These corks
are more affordable and can be used for short term storage.
Bottles corked with agglomerated corks need to be stored on their side to prevent the
corks from drying out.

Wine is best stored in a:
* cool environment (ideally 8-14 °C),
* stable temperature (seasonal change is OK, no day-night rhythms),
* darkness (no daylight or continues artificial light).


Thanks again for supporting our little brew store. We still love what we do and connecting with all of
our customers makes us happy and the hard work worthwhile.
Give us a call or shoot an email if you have any questions.

Cheers, Breg & Maarten

Art of Brewing
630 Front Street
Nelson, BC, V1L 4B7
(250) 352-3711
www.artofbrewing.ca
artofbrewing@gmail.com

ART OF BREWING SEPTEMBER 2021

Wow what a summer.
Heatwave, smoke and we already made a little fire in our wood stove too!
Hope you all had the chance to enjoy summer somewhere. We had an amazing sailing trip in
Desolation Sound and are back into brewing with winter wine, Limited Edition Season, port and beer
on the agenda.


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