Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fermentation.

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Examples

  • Red wines are made with the skins … material on the skins is directly contributed to the wine (this is from where some of the yeast for “natural” fermentations comes).

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  • Some of the viticulture and winemaking techniques required; which are both time consuming and meticulous, are intimate knowledge of the vineyard by spending time with the vines and the grower throughout the seasons, hand-sorting, lees management, barrel and hand-punched down open-top fermentation using indigenous yeast, and unhurried, often delayed fermentations that don't allow for early sulfur additions.

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  • Because there are effectively 97 winemakers/owners here, however, the Vines of Mendoza created 161 smaller fermentations in 2011 alone.

    Owning a Piece of the Vineyard

  • Amines are indeed the product of bacterial infections that seem to happen in conjunction with malo-lactic fermentations.

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  • Some of the viticulture and winemaking techniques required; which are both time consuming and meticulous, are intimate knowledge of the vineyard by spending time with the vines and the grower throughout the seasons, hand-sorting, lees management, barrel and hand-punched down open-top fermentation using indigenous yeast, and unhurried, often delayed fermentations that don't allow for early sulfur additions.

    Brad Haskel: Defining Artisanal Wine: 5 Wine Pros Try

  • A winery of this size—producing 180,000 bottles a year—would typically make 10 fermentations types of wines, she tells me.

    Owning a Piece of the Vineyard

  • You have to throw away a lot of foreshots, and you have to permit slow, low alcohol fermentations if what you want is good booze.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • You have to throw away a lot of foreshots, and you have to permit slow, low alcohol fermentations if what you want is good booze.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • You have to throw away a lot of foreshots, and you have to permit slow, low alcohol fermentations if what you want is good booze.

    CHASING the WHITE DOG

  • "We did 150 separate fermentations of pinot noir last year, which allowed us to pick when the grapes were ripe rather than when a tank was available," Adelsheim said.

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