Elaboracion de vino
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  • 1. The Winemaking Process
  • 2. There are five basic components or steps to making wine
  • 3. • Harvesting.• Crushing and Pressing.• Fermentation.• Clarification.• Aging and Bottling.
  • 4. The HarvestHarvesting or picking is certainly the first step in the actual wine making process. In this step, the winemaker is harvesting the grapes.
  • 5. Crushing and PressingIn this step, the grape is being crushed and pressed, to obtain the grape juice, what is commonly referred to as must.
  • 6. FermentationIn this passage, the must sugar is being converted in alcohol.Sweet wine is produced when the fermentation process stops before all of the sugar has been converted into alcohol.
  • 7. ClarificationHere, the winemakers are adding egg whites, clay, or other compounds to wine that will help precipitate dead yeast cells and other solids out of a wine.
  • 8. AgingAging can be done in bottle, stainless steel or ceramic tanks, large wooden ovals, or small barrels, commonly called barriques.
  • 9. BottlingThe choices and techniques employed in this final stage of the process are nearly endless, as are the end results. After this step, the clients are tasting the wine.