Sparkling Wine: Harvesting Grapes

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  • Author: ChemViews Mag.
  • Published Date: 24 December 2016
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Sparkling wines are a small but lucrative part of the wine market. In an effort to diversify the availabe types of sparkling wine, producers have started to make red sparkling wines.


Grapes for red sparkling wine have to be harvested:

A) earlier than for non-sparkling wines.

B) later than for non-sparkling wines.


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