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unfiltered (GB)
non filtré (F)
non filtrato (I)
Starting from the USA you can find on the label also in Europe the note “unfiltered” is increasing. This is to indicate that before the bottling no filtration of the wine. It is not uncommon for that beautiful waived. This is said to prevent the loss of flavor-forming that cannot be completely prevented in these two methods flavorings be avoided. Prerequisite for this is a longer aging of the wines. Especially with barrel aging there is a natural settling of the turbid substances, which can be repeated several times racking (Decant) are removed. However, it is a fact that with unfiltered wines usually more depot is formed in the bottle. See also under winemaking,

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