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French name (verb érafler) for stemming; look there.

Term (also de-clipping, reeling) for removing the grape skeleton (rapping) or loosening the berries from the grapes, This is to prevent the taste unpleasant, especially in green grape stems tannins in the grape reach. In earlier times, the majority of the grapes were processed as a whole because the manual removal of the stems was too tedious and time-consuming. A "G'rebelter (wine)" used to be colloquially a special quality in Austria. There is also a “Wienerlied”, which is popular with the this year (Buschenschank) in Wien is sung (but he must be angry).

Stripping - two stripping machines

In modern viticulture, stripping is not an exception, but the rule. In the White wine is almost always at the Red wine production largely peeled off. At the beginning of the 19th century, mechanical devices such as the Abbeermaschine (Rebler) and the Grape Mill (Pinch Mill) were invented. With mechanical de-barking, the grapes are conveyed by a spiked roller through a grid drum, where the berries fall through. Only then does the squeeze Traubenmühle, Some of these two devices are also switched in combination, alternatively one of the processes is also omitted.


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