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sweetwinesfall2008 - Noble Rot or Pourriture Noble Grapes...

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Sweet Wines Sweet wines are a style of wine that can be made from any varietal Sweet wines are generally rare and expensive. Some well-known sweet wines include: French : Sauternes/Barsac, Beaumes de Venise, Quarts de Chaumes, Banyuls German Rielsings and Eisweins Canadian and New York Ice Wines Hungarian Tokays Californian Botytized, Late Harvest, and Muscat
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Methods for Making  Sweet Wines Late Harvest Wine - Picked after regular harvest Using grapes that are so high in sugar that all of the sugar CAN NOT be converted to alcohol Boytrysized Wine - Attacked by Boytritis cinerea Boytritis Cinerea -
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Unformatted text preview: Noble Rot or Pourriture Noble Grapes are attacked by mold Mold draws off moisture leaving Sweet Wines Passito Wine - Picked, laid out on mats and allowed to turn into raisins, i.e. Vin Santo from Italy Does not reduce acidity Ice Wine ( Eiswein )- Permitted to freeze on vine Adding Grape Sugar Back to Dry Wine- Sssreserve-Take grape juice, add alcohol and sugar Stopping Fermentation Using SO 2 Add Sulfur Dioxide to kill yeast Too much SO 2 leaves a sulfur smell Refrigeration- Chill wine to 32 degrees to kill yeast Racking Centrifugation Fortification...
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2010 for the course HRT 315 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '10 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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