June 2013 Issue of Wines & Vines
Using Ecological Diversity of Yeasts to Modify Wine Fermentations
The average concentration of alcohol (ethanol) in wine has been steadily increasing, particularly in red wines. This problem has many causes, as a consequence of grape sugars increasing at harvest.
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