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It is a process of fermenting in winemaking that turns out the grape juice into an alcoholic beverage. During the process of fermentation, yeast turns into sugar present in the juice into carbon dioxide & ethanol.

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    1. THE COMPLETE PROCESS OF FERMENTATION IN WINEMAKING www.txbrewing.com

    2. It is a process of fermenting in winemaking that turns out the grape juice into an alcoholic beverage. During the process of fermentation, yeast turns into sugar present in the juice into carbon dioxide & ethanol. In winemaking, you need wine making equipment kits and the temperature & speed of fermentation are pivotal considerations, plus the levels of oxygen must present at the start of the fermentation.

    3.       Primary Fermentation Wine fermentation takes place only when yeast consumes, which natural sugar present in grape juice, and it converts into alcohol & carbon dioxide. Wine producers prefer to use a combination of naturally occurring yeast, that is called as – ambient yeast or cultured yeast. It produces predictable end outcomes and allows winemakers to control the exact proportion used. Primary fermentation is also called aerobic fermentation. This is because oxygen is needed to encourage the fermentation process.

    4. Secondary Fermentation This is also called – anaerobic fermentation as it is because it continues without the use of oxygen. Secondary fermentation is a longer process as compared to primary fermentation. When it starts, 70% of fermentation process have been completed. To lower the temperature or filter the yeast out of the wine are two different methods of stopping fermentation.

    5. V a r i a t i o n s A m o n g W i n e s The wines, including champagne, the go through with secondary fermentation while bottling. When more sugar & yeast are added between two kinds of fermentation steps. The other fermentation process relies on bacteria that is called as malolactic fermentation. It often accompanies yeast fermentation in fruity wines as it softens the taste.

    6. 5 S t a g e s O f W i n e M a k i n g P r o c e s s It includes five stages i.e. 1) Harvesting 2) Crushing & Pressing 3) Fermentation 4) Clarification 5) Aging and Bottling.

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