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date: 09 April 2020

deacidification, 

Source:
The Oxford Companion to Wine
Author(s):
A. Dinsmoor WebbA. Dinsmoor Webb, Bruce ZoeckleinBruce Zoecklein

winemaking process of decreasing the excessive acidity of grape juice or wine made in cold wine regions or, in particularly cool years, in temperate wine regions. A number of techniques for making excessively acid wines more palatable have been developed and are usually strictly governed by local regulations.... ...

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