“We had it after its second fermentation stage, which in wine we call the malolactic fermentation...and this year there was no yeasting and no solidified additives.”
“The wine, a Chardonnay from Domaine Jessiaume, is undergoing a process known as malolactic fermentation, whereby the harsh malic acids are converted into milder, creamier lactic acids, adding texture and flavor to the final juice.”
“Therefore, they use shorter maceration and fermentation, but with techniques that nonetheless extract good color; age in smaller barrels in order to oxidize and soften tannin gently and to add a note of vanilla; and perform a secondary fermentation called malolactic to achieve less belligerent acidity.”
“Both of these Chardonnays are more traditional in the sense that they are very buttery and creamy because during the winemaking process, 100 percent of these wines went into a secondary fermentation, commonly referred to as malolactic fermentation.”
“The final blend is 60% viognier and 40% chardonnay, without a trace of oak or malolactic fermentation.”
“The wine was fermented cold, slow and aged without oak or malolactic fermentation”
“Farmed to 2.5 tons per acre, the fruit was hand harvested, steel fermented and malolactic fermentation was strictly avoided.”
“Farmed to 2.5 tons per acre, the fruit was hand harvested, steel fermented and malolactic fermentation was strictly avoided. ...”
“Traditionally, this slight fizz derived from a production method whereby the first fermentation took place in open stone tanks, known as lagares , whereafter the wine was run off into a cask to undergo a secondary malolactic fermentation, which produces carbon dioxide.”
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