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

Term for an alcohol-enriched product that consists of partially fermented grape. Wine, a mixture of these two, grape must or a mixture of grape must and wine. To the Spriten may be more neutral alcohol from products of grapevine with at least 96% vol or various wine products ( brandy. Tresterbrand etc.) with a minimum of 52% vol and a maximum of 86% vol. After that, the liqueur wine must have an existing one alcohol content from at least 15% to a maximum of 22% vol. In Spain these are called products Generoso with z. B. the sherry, in Portugal Licoroso with z. B. Madeira and port wine, in Italy Liquoroso with z. B. the Malaga and in France Vin de liqueur, A well-known liqueur wine from Podensac (Gra ves-Bordeaux) is Lillet, A liquor made from flavored alcohol is liqueur,

Complete lists of the numerous vinification measures or cellar techniques, as well as the wine, sparkling wine and distillate types regulated by wine law are under the keyword winemaking contain. There is extensive wine law information under the keyword wine law,

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