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Depends on the varietal and if you're talking about a true tbin or a 48 (which are commonly, generically referred to as tbins as well). In a macro bin, you can hold about .4T of loose cluster Napa Cab (very high stem to fruit ratio) versus .54T of Sauvignon Blanc, Muscat, Zin etc (very low stem to f...
- June 10th, 2019, 3:35 pm
- Forum: Wine 101: The Basics
- Topic: Wine 101 Feature: Decanter cleaning suggestions
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In the winery, everything is cleaned with caustic. You can purchase it in non-industrial quantities online or at a local hardware store. Caustic is very basic and so removes tartrates (acidic) very well - if you want it to clean quicker, just increase the concentration (1/8 cup or so should be fine)...
- June 10th, 2019, 3:16 pm
- Forum: Wine Pimps
- Topic: Shocking finds at a Miami Costco today
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KB was sold to a private investment group in 2009 for $40million when it was producing a little over 10,000 cases. Last year it was sold to Duckhorn for an 'undisclosed sum'. KB has never had vineyards or a winery and all of the wine was produced with purchased fruit. That makes the brand incredibly...