How wine is just not any other alcoholic beverages?

How wine is just not any other alcoholic beverages?

Wine is one of the oldest human-made beverages, with the earliest documented grape wine dating back to 6000 BC in Georgia.Today, wines are produced all over the world and it is said that there are about 10000 different varietals available.
The speciality of wines:
The specialty of Chianti wine tasting (degustazione vino chianti) – when compared to other alcoholic beverages like beer or whisky for instance – comes not only from its alcoholic content but also from its combinations in terms of acidity, sweetness, fruitiness, and tannin.
When it comes to making wine there are main parts: vinification which deals with the harvesting of grapes, their processing in a winery, and following maturing into wine.
Vinification deals with different steps:
Harvesting is when the grapes are brought in after they have been grown in vineyards. They are either picked by hand or using machines designed for this purpose
Grape formation. In this stage, the berries will be separated from the stems. The latter has to be done carefully as it might damage berry skins
Crushing is when grape seeds and pulp are broken down with the help of heavy machinery like destemmed and crushers. Pressing takes place when grape juice is squeezed out of crushed fruit or grapes. It is done either with human feet or using a press. Pressing is when grape juice is pressed
Alcoholic fermentation:
The next stage is alcoholic fermentation in barrels under controlled conditions. Any wine yeast will produce alcohol during this process; however, not all wines use yeast, and some ferment on their own (spontaneous fermentation)
Malolactic fermentation:
It takes place when bacteria transform malic acid into lactic acid – which results in the softer taste of wine. After that, there are further processes involved to get rid of unwanted tastes like bitterness or astringency or to increase the wine’s aromatic qualities. Everything comes together for what we know as red or white wine, and will finally be bottled and sold to customers and sometimes with a label.