Bubbles are a sign of high-quality wine. Sparkling wine and Champagne are made by taking the simple formula for fermentation (sugar + yeast = alcohol and CO2), and not allowing the resulting gas to escape. When you ferment wine in a closed or sealed environment, the...
In the wine world, dry is never the opposite of wet. Whether in a fermentation tank or in a wine glass, dry means the complete absence of sugar in the wine. When grape juice converts to wine, alcohol is produced in the fermentation process because yeast eats the sugar...
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