To those who do not understand much about wine the whole process of winemaking is a total mystery to them but for those who truly love wine the process is completely understood. Every wine enthusiast knows that wine is more of an art form than just another drink and that is part of the reason why each bottle will vary so much in flavor.
The flavor of any bottle of wine is due largely in part to the grape that is used to make it. But other things such as the location of the vineyard as well as the equipment used and the vineyardist play a big role making it almost impossible for two vineyards to produce wines that taste exactly the same.
For a vineyard there are 10,000 documented varieties of grape but for the most part only 230 are prominently used in the production of fine wine art. Each grape will take on slightly different properties based on the soil conditions it is grown in and each vineyardist will have varying skill in bringing these flavors out in his recipe that he uses to make the wine for his particular vineyard. With so many factors going into the production of each bottle it is no wonder that experiencing the flavor of each is such as joy.