Red wine: A red wine is obtained by the fermentation of black grape must in the presence of the skin, seeds and possibly the stalk. The more or less long time of this fermentation varies according to the type of wine desired, the characteristics of each harvest and the traditions linked to the wine-growing region of production. It is the vatting which can vary from one week at most to obtain light and supple wines, up to three or four weeks for wines to keep ...
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