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liqueur wine, fortified wine (GB)
licoroso (ES)
licoroso (PO)
vin de liqueur (F)
liquoroso, vino liquoroso (I)
likeurwijn (N)

Name for an alcohol-enriched product made from partially fermented grape. Wine, a mixture of these two, grape must or a mixture of grape must and wine is obtained. To the Spriten may be more neutral alcohol from products of grapevine with at least 96% vol or different products of wine ( brandy. Tresterbrand etc.) with at least 52% vol and a maximum of 86% vol. After that, the liqueur wine has an existing alcohol content from at least 15% to a maximum of 22% vol. Depending on the preparation, a liqueur wine dry or sweet be. Elsewhere the products are called Generoso and Licoroso (Spain, Portugal), Liquoroso (Italy) and Vin de liqueur (France). A well-known liqueur wine from Podensac (Graves-Bordeaux) is Lillet, A spirit drink derived from flavored alcohol liqueur,

Complete listings of the numerous vinification measures and cellar techniques, as well as the wine-regulated wine, sparkling wine and distillate types are under the keyword winemaking contain. Comprehensive information on wine law is available under the keyword wine law,

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