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Color (September 18-23, 2008)

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The colors swirl ...

Ken Stuart

Red or White?

Harford, New York, USA

Tuesday, September 23, 2008, approximately 6:30pm EDT (-8 GMT)

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Wine comes in two basic colors: red and white.

These two simple terms cover a wide range of hues, of course, and don't allow for blends.

Nevertheless, many people prefer one color over another, and some say that certain foods go better with one or the other.

The color of a wine derives from its processing methods: whether or not the skins were left on the grapes. The variety of grape and age also affect the basic color, so a "white" can be yellow, brown, or green, and a "red" can be pink, orange, or purple.

See the web page Wine Color Guide for Quality and Age for more information about wine colors.

Whatever your color, here's to the 20th WWP!

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Nikon D70 with 10.5mm lens; PTGui Pro for Macintosh, Photoshop, CubicConverter; Garmin GPSmap 60CSx for location.

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