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Cryoextraction techniques for better tasting wine?

A recent study in Spain suggests that freezing white grapes using low temperatures in the winemaking process, produces wines that are more aromatic than wines produced with traditional techniques. 



Studies have reported that for white grapes, namely Muscat of Alexandria, the contact between grape juice and skin enhances the aromas of the variety and the resulting wines are notable for their aroma. 


Freezing grapes is a winemaking technique known a...

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