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extraction (GB)

Operation especially in the preparation of red wine in which by maceration and maceration the phenols (Dyes and tannins) are extracted from the dark grape skins or dissolved out. These substances are mainly due to the alcohol extracted, first the dyes are dissolved out, the tannin stressed tannins need a little longer time. Above all, the soft ones tannins desired to emerge first. Today, this process is precisely controlled in order to get as precisely as possible the desired amount of the substances concerned into the wine. If the wine is enough structure it is deducted from the mash. This can be supported or reinforced by various technical processes or special fermentation tanks to the desired extent. Extracting processes are among others Autovinifikation. Cryomaceration. electroporation. Maceration. mash heating. Rotofermentation and overpumping,

Extraction - red wine grape / single berries

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