A wet farm is a wine that has been fermented in a wood-burning or co-op in order to remove the bitter aftertaste and the tang of the vineyard.
It is a great way to enjoy a more mellow and delicate wine, like a Montepulciano or Bordeaux.
But there is no shortage of dry farm wines on the market.
This article will tell you where to find those great dry farm wineries, from the best in the Netherlands to the smallest in New Zealand.
There are a variety of dry wines, with different varietals.
There’s a reason that some of the most sought after are dry-aged and barrel-aged.
The key to a great dry-age is to allow the wine to sit in a cellar or storage unit.
Dry-aging gives the wine a different character and a longer shelf life.
The dry-aging process will improve the wine’s aroma and flavor.
But the best dry-agricultural wines are the ones that have been fermented on the farm.
The fermentation process is also a time-consuming and expensive process.
The wine is often aged for three to six months, which allows for more time to achieve the optimal fermentation characteristics.
Once fermentation has started, the wines have to be allowed to sit for a minimum of six months before being bottled.
It takes time to fully ferment the wine, but it’s worth it.
You can find some of our favorite dry farm vineyards on the Internet.
Here are some of them.