Juiced: How to Make Mass-Produced Wine Taste Great

James Day Winemaking may conjure images of sun-­dappled vineyards and grand châteaus. But a typical ­bottle of Napa Cabernet owes more to lab-coat-­wearing chemists than to barefoot grape stompers. Like most foodstuffs, wine has been thoroughly industrialized. ­Million-­gallon batches are cooked up in ­behemoth factories in Australia or California’s less-dreamy-­sounding Central Valley and made …

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Barossa Valley: South Australians have jumped aboard the Farmers Market phenomenon and it is no different in the Valley where produce flourishes. Adelaide Hills: Wine festivals bring people closer together in the Adelaide Hills as this couple at Bird in Hand Winery prove. Picture: Joanne Fosdike.

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