Nature Hill's Blog

Red wine—and, to be sure, wine in general—boasts an immense amount of variety. Not only is there a multitude of grape varietals and blends out there, each with its own unique flavor profile, but within each varietal there are multiple different takes on it from different wineries in different regions, whose climate and wine-making methods will alter the taste in various ways to add even further complexity. On top of that, it's well known that the year the wine was grown in (things like climate differences from year to year impact this) can also have an impact even within a specific varietal made by a specific winery, adding yet another layer of complexity and variation.