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Malic acid and your cork

A friend who was making some red Zin had siphoned his wine and had it sitting in a carboy waiting for bottling. But his stopper popped out more than once. Of course this is not what a wine maker wants to occur, this will expose the wine to the oxygen in the air and cause [...]

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Oak chips to age wine

For centuries French winemakers have used Oak barrels or casks to age red wine. I say French winemakers because they were probably the first wine makers to use oak barrels for the wine aging process but of course, now winemakers in most every country use method. Compared to aging wine in glass or plastic, aging [...]

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Australian wines a wine cutters history

How big is the Australian wine? The wine industry in Australia has actually had its fair share of problems. But Australia is a very strong exporter of wine. This value is the largest wine world. As a whole, the country exports approximately 400,000,000 L each year. And also, domestically there is a market for Australian [...]

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Wine makers choice of materials – grapes, juice, frozen juice

As a home wine maker, you have the choice between fresh grapes, grape juice, or frozen juice (or must). Which one of these choices is the best choice for a wine maker? The answer is not straightforward but depends on the wine maker himself. Depends on if you are seeking the highest quality of raw [...]

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Yeast growth cycle and winemaking

If you make wine, you may not think it is important to understand the growth cycle of yeast. But if you are serious about making wine, and making the best wine you can possibly think, you need to understand the fine details of the process. One you understand the fine details, even the details that [...]

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How yeast make wine

Yeast make make wine by transforming sugars into alcohol. This is called alcohol fermentation. The main sugars that are used in the use to produce alcohol are fructose and glucose. These sugars are found in the grape juice when you began the wine making process. The alcohol, ethanol and carbon dioxide are the main products [...]

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