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We thought it'd be nice to take a glance back at some of the unique traits of City Winery with a few fun facts about the winery.
here are a number of processes in winemaking, of which one is racking. Here's how it's done.
City Winery Winemaker David Lecomte explains why maceration management is the most complex and critical stage of red winemaking.
A look at how the winemaking team capsules and labels wines at City Winery.
A look at the process of destemming and sorting grapes at City Winery, Manhattan's only full-functioning winery.
City Winery Assistant Kosher Winemaker Yanky Drew gives us a look at the kosher winemaking process, including how grapes are harvested and pressed.
The harvest season is upon us, and the winery team is busy receiving grapes and bottling wines from previous vintages.
Pressing occurs after primary fermentation, when a winemaker determines if the young wine has reached its full potential and is ready to be pressed. Here's how red wine grapes are pressed.
An introduction to City Winery's winemaking team, including the winemaker, assistant winemaker, kosher assistant winemaking and cellar hand.
A look at the deciding factors a winemaker takes into account when choosing a wine closure.
Topping is the process of filling barrels with wine as small amounts evaporate through the barrel.