The winemaking process is exceptionally complex and multi-layered, where the style of wine can vary tremendously. The choices of the winemakers can lead to vastly different styles of wine, depending on their winemaking route. One of the best examples of this is the use of oak in their wines, which will lead the wine to a unique style. But what few realize is that oaking is equally as complex since different oak types, timing, and age can also affect the end product.