These videos are just so good! And I guessed Northern Rhone
I don't have an easy answer for this. It can depend on the ripeness of the stems. I've been tricked in to thinking wines without stems had them, and vice versa. It generally gives a slightly herbal/spicy smell. If you ever have a chance to smell a fermenting bin of whole cluster wine, this will help.
This was a load of fun, not least because I headed to Northern Rhone as well as the questions ended. A parlor game for my next tasting........
Thank you for the video! Can you expand on markers for stem inclusion when tasting? I have trouble with this one.
Thank you for your time,