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Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
Moyano mónica the wine marking process
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  • 1. The Wine making Process 
  • 2. The Wine making Process There are five basic components or steps to makingwine: The harvest Crushing and Pressing Fermentation Cllarification Aging Bottling
  • 3. The Wine making Process   Mother Nature is providing everything that is needed to make wine; it is up to humans to embellish, improve, or totally obliterate what nature has provided, to which anyone with extensive wine tasting experience can attest.
  • 4. The Wine making Process  The Harvest • Harvesting or picking is being certainly the first step in the actual wine making process. • In order to make fine wine, grapes are being harvested at the precise time. • Harvesting can be done mechanically or by hand .
  • 5. The Wine making Process Crushing and Pressing • Today, mechanical crushers are performing the time-honored tradition of stomping or trodding the grapes into what is commonly referred to as must.
  • 6. The Wine making Process  Crushing and Pressing  Up until crushing and For thousands of years, it pressing the steps for was men and women making white wine and red who performed the wine are being essentially the same. harvest dance in barrels and presses.
  • 7. The Wine making Process   Fermentation is being indeed Fermentation the magic at play in the making of wine.  many winemakers prefer to intervene at this stage by inoculating the natural must.  once fermentation begins, it normally continues until all of the sugar is converted to alcohol and a dry wine is produced.  Sweet wine is produced when the fermentation process stops before all of the sugar has been converted into alcohol.
  • 8. The Wine making Process  Clarification  when the fermentation is completed the clarification process is beginning.  Winemakers is having the option of racking or siphoning their wines from one tank or barrel to the next in the hope of leaving the precipitates and solids called pomace in the bottom of the fermenting tank.
  • 9. The Wine making Process Aging and Botting  It is the final stage of the winemaking process.  Further aging is being done in bottle, stainless steel or ceramic tanks, large wooden ovals, or small barrels, commonly called barriques.
  • 10. The Wine making Process  Enjoy! THANK YOU!!!!!.....

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