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Formerly common name for cellaring measures, primarily the clarification a wine was understood. It was a part of the wine (about 10%) from the barrel taken, for example, with isinglass mixed and then gently returned to the surface of the wine. The seeping flakes then sank slowly to the bottom of the pit and cleared the wine. The etymological explanation of the word "flying beauty" is probably explained by the fact that particles sink to the ground or "fly to the ground". In the meantime, fining is a generic term for many different techniques in the basement. This includes the treatment of wine errors and the Stabilize of the wine. See in detail under beautiful,

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