Commonsense winemaking

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Statementby Anne Parrack.
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ISBN 100900841524
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Fining: Removing specific compounds — like excess tannins — from wine with a specialized fining agent. Malolactic fermentation: Optional process in which bacteria turn malic acid into lactic acid, softening wine.

Mouthfeel: Texture of a wine in the mouth, different from aroma and flavor, but just as important. Must: Juice, with or without skins, pulp, and seeds, ready for fermentation.

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You can for example machine harvest, add yeast, pasteurise and add oak chips. Certifying bodies may guarantee slightly lower levels of SO2 allowed in the wine but lack really strict parameters in terms of what happens inside the winery walls.InAdams book Commonsense Book of Wine was published, which sought to bring table wine into everyday life in the United States.

His book Wines of America, published inis considered the "most thorough work on the subject," specifically regarding the California wine industry.