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Maceration pelliculaire

French term (pelliculaire = cuticle) for Maceration; look there.

Method of winemaking for the purpose of making as much as possible from the grape skins flavorings. tannins and and anthocyanins (Dyes) extract. In the red wine preparation, this is the case maceration the usual procedure. In the white wine production, this was unusual until the 1980s, because in the contact between must and the berry husk unwanted phenols (as tannins and dyes) into the must, as well as color false tones can arise. On the other hand, many...

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