Inquiring Winemaker

 

When to Use Alcohol Reduction

August 2007
 
by Tim Patterson
 
When to Use Alcohol Reduction
Vinovation, Inc., pioneered the reverse osmosis process, which uses membrane filtration to remove excess alcohol from wine.
 
In response to the growing chorus of complaints from critics and consumers alike about rising alcohol levels and unbalanced wines, I'm pleased to report that somebody's doing something about it-the folks at Vinovation, Inc., and ConeTech, with their science-fictiony techniques for removing alcohol from finished wine.
 

 
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