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Oak extract

oak extract (GB)

Industrially produced flavorings in powder or liquid form, extracted from various types of wood. Most liquid extracts are based on pure alcohol, They become red wines as an alternative to the expensive one Barrique or added to improve color and taste. The use of such substances in liquid form (essences) is prohibited within the EU, but is permitted in solid or powder form. These are in solid form Wood chips (Oak chips). Such means are among the oenological tannins, See also under barrel (Types of expansion) and Means of winemaking,

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