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galacturonic

One of those contained in the wine in small quantities acids that belong to the non-volatile acids counts. The full name is D-galacturonic acid, the chemical name 6-carboxy-D-galactose. It arises at the fermentation from the pectins (Cell substances of combs and grape skins) and is particularly beneficial very sweet White wines before (therefore Botrytissäure). The acid is an oxidized form of D-galactose (mucilage) and is one of the dietary fiber (indigestible food ingredients). Oxidation of galacturonic acid produces the mucic (Galactaric). See a list of all wine ingredients below total extract,

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