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    Red nose wine course wk 3 2012 v2 Red nose wine course wk 3 2012 v2 Presentation Transcript

    • 5 week Wine Course Red Nose WineClonmel Business Parkwww.rednosewine.com
    • Last Week• The wine world• France in all its shapes• Bordeaux• Burgundy• ..and beyond• Sauvignon and Merlot
    • This Week• Wine Tasting sheet• Cost of Wine• Grapes – what do they look like ?• Recommended wines – X Factor – Entertaining Food – Glass in Hand• Video 1 & 2
    • Show me the money?• Ex Cellar Price – What we pay the vineyard for the wine, bottle and label and box it comes in• Primary Transport – What it costs per bottle to ship that wine from the vineyard to the bonded warehouse• Excise Duty• Bonding Charges & secondary transport• Wholesale & Retail margin• VAT
    • The difference €10 v €12• Wine bought at ex cellar = €2• Primary Transport €0.50 = €2.50• Excise Duty = €1.97 = €4.47• Bonding & Sec Transport = €.0.50 = €4.97• Wholesale Margin ( e.g 20% ) = €6.21• Retail Margin ( e.g 25% ) = €8.28• VAT @ 23% = €1.91 = €10.19 = €9.99
    • The difference €10 v €12• Wine bought at ex cellar = €3• Primary Transport €0.50 = €3.50• Excise Duty = €1.97 = €5.47• Bonding & Sec Transport = €.0.50 = €5.97• Wholesale Margin ( e.g 20% ) = €7.46• Retail Margin ( e.g 25% ) = €9.95• VAT @ 23% = €2.29 = €12.24 = €11.99
    • The difference €10 v €12• Wine bought ex cellar €3 has 50% more value on the wine than the €2 bottle• At the sale price however, there is only 20%• The more you pay ( especially at the lower end of the market )  you get multiple times more product• At €15 you are 50% more in price but 110% more at the wine cost
    • The Taxman• Wine is taxed 3 times – Excise Duty – VAT on Duty & value of wine combined – VAT on total cost and margin ( sales )
    • Bubbles have double tax
    • Sauvingon Blanc• Green skinned• Small berry like fruit• High yield• Likes slopes, good drainage & poor fertility• Flavour & colour derived from the skins• Apple & pear & Tropical fruit
    • Chardonnay• Green/yellow skinned• Avg clusters – Small berries• Medium yield / Early ripen• Likes slopes, good drainage & poor fertility• Flavour & colour derived from the skins• Peach, Pear & Apple• Oak aged often
    • Cabernet Sauvingon• Thick skinned• Hardy & resistent to rot/frost• Mix Cab Franc / Sauv Blanc• Small berry like fruit• High yield• Likes slopes, good drainage & poor fertility• Blackcurrent, mint & green pepper
    • Merlot• Thin skinned – dark blue• Susceptible to rot• Mix Cab Franc / Sauv Blanc• Loose bunches large berries• High yield• Likes slopes, good drainage & poor fertility• Strawberry, plum, and cherry flavors
    • Pinot Noir• Thin skinned – dark purple• Cool climate - Sust to rot• Small leaves - tempremental• Pine like bunch small berries• Low yield• Likes slopes, good drainage & poor fertility• Cherry, raspberry, and meaty flavors
    • Some more quotes“Give me books, French wine, fruit, fine weather and a little musicplayed out of doors by somebody I do not know.”― John Keats“Wine is one of the most civilized things in the world and one of themost natural things of the world that has been brought to the greatestperfection, and it offers a greater range for enjoyment and appreciationthan, possibly, any other purely sensory thing.”― Ernest Hemingway“Beer is made by men, wine by God.”― Martin Luther
    • Loire Valley
    • The LoireSauvignon Blanc Sancerre, Pouilly Fume, TouraineChenin Blanc Anjou, VouvrayMelon de Bourgogne MuscadetCabernet Franc Chinon, Bourgueil
    • The SouthRhone Valley is broken in twoNorthern Rhone = Syrah & Viognier Cote Rotie – Condrieu – St. Joseph – Crozes Hermitage – Hermitage - CornasSouthern Rhone = Grenache & a few more Cotes du Rhone – CdR Villages – Vacqueyras – Gigondas – Chateauneuf du Papes – Lirac – Tavel
    • Provence & LanguedocProvence Cotes du Provence Coteaux d’Aix en Provence Coteaux de Varois en Provence Bandol Vins de PaysLanguedoc Terrasses de Larzac Minervois – Corbieres – Fitou Coteaux de Languedoc Cotes du Roussillon
    • Wines to taste• White – Pinot Grigio / Gris – Mirabello 2011, Lombardia, Italy • A fresh, dry white with gentle floral and citrus aromas. • Crisp and delicate on the palate – nice and easy • Lightly honeyed fruit balanced by lemony acidity • Wine bottles young – Stainless Steel – Woollaston, Nelson, New Zealand • Gold glints & Earthy scents - a hint of sherbet perhaps. • Spicy and spritzy with sweet pear and apple notes. • Weighty rich and full of flavour with excellent length. • Off dry /little honeyed, the acidity balances the concentrated fruit and adds a zesty flourish. It adds juicy sweet citrus and a touch of ginger
    • Wines to taste• Red – Syrah / Shiraz – Dignite 2009, Languedoc, France • Incredibly rich and powerful, • Brimming with blueberry, black plum and blackberry fruit flavours. • Undertones of spice, leather, eucalyptus. Full bodied, fruity, soft tannins, good acidity. Big black fruit and spice (pepper, cinnamon). An intense wine. – Langmeil Valley Floor Shiraz, Barossa, Australia • Very deep crimson with purple hues. • On the nose, rich dark cherries, Satsuma plum and mulberry fruits jump out of the glass • Intense warm blackberry, cassis and raspberry - milk chocolate, white pepper and cinnamon. .
    • What’s in a Grape ?• White – Pinot Grigio / Gris• Italy, Alsace, Germany, New Zealand• Pine Cone ( Pinot ) – related to Pinot Noir• Very different depending where is grown• Alsace – med to full bodied – spicy, rich & Floral – ages well• German – full bodied, balanced acidity & sweetness• Italy – light & lean, crisp & acidic• Bottles early – gets to market quickly
    • What’s in a Grape ?• Red – Syrah / Shiraz• Rhone, Languedoc, Australia, Sth Africa• Dark skinned / black in colour• High tannins & acidity, blackberry / chocolate• Liquorice and cloves in hot climate• Mint, black pepper in medium climates• Gets lovely leathery taste with age• Try Cote Rotie – Hermitage & good Barossa Valley wines