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  1. Make something less intense
  2. Tannins
  3. Sulfur
  4. Lactic Acid
  5. Dessert Wines
  6. Dryer
  7. 1. Red Fortified
    2. White Fortified
  8. 1. Total Acidity
    2. pH
  9. 1.Tannins
    2. Vanillin
  10. Tannins
  11. Sulfites
  12. Tannins
  13. Sulfur
  14. 1. Dry Rose Wine
    2. Off-Dry Rose Wine
    (very rarely is a Rose sweet)
  15. 1. Tartar Acid
    2. Malic Acid
    3. Citric Acid
  16. Yeast
  17. Alcohol
  18. 10% to 15%
  19. Oxygen
  20. 0.5% to 0.75%
  21. 1. Glucose
    2. Fructose
  22. Malic Acid
  23. Citric Acid which is also natural in minute quantities
  24. Anthocyanins
  25. Malic Acid
  26. Red wines
  27. Acetobactor Bacteria
  28. Aldehydes
  29. Carbon Dioxide
  30. 1. Assuage (make less intense)
    2. convert to Lactic Acid.
  31. 18%
  32. Esters
  33. Bacteria
  34. 1. Red
    2. White
  35. Acetic Acid
  36. 2.9
  37. Resveratrol
  38. Vanillin
  39. wine making style
  40. 1. Dry
    2. Semi-Sweet also called Off-Dry
    3. Sweet
  41. 15% to 28%
  42. Phenolic compounds
  43. Acetic Acid
  44. 1. Phenolics
    2. Polyphenolics
    3. Polyphenols
  45. Sulfites
  46. high levels of Alcohol
  47. 1. Oxygen
    2. Carbon Dioxide
    3. Sulfites
  48. Succinic Acid
  49. 1. Lactic Acid
    2. Acetic Acid
    3. Succinic Acid
  50. Succinic Acid
  51. Acetic Acid
  52. Ethyl Alcohol
  53. White Diamonds
  54. Flavones and flavonols
  55. through Cold Stabilization before bottling
  56. 10 ppm
  57. Lactic Acid
  58. Lactic Acid Bacteria
  59. 1. Red Sparkling Wine
    2. White Sparkling Wine
    3. Rose Sparkling Wine
  60. Polymerization
  61. Ethyl Acetate
  62. 1. Anthocyanins
    2. Favones and Flavonols
    3. Tannins
    4. Vanillin
    5. Resveratrol
  63. 1. Dry White
    2. Sweet White
  64. Sulfites
  65. Tannins
  66. 1. Red Wine
    2. White Wine
    3. Rose Wine
    4. Sparkling Wine
    5. Fortified Wine
  67. Anthocyanins
  68. 1. Ethyl Alcohol also called Ethanol
    2. Glycerol
    3. Methyl Alcohol also called Methanol
    4. Fusel Alcohols also called Higher Alcohols
  69. 1. Acetic acid
    2. Ethanol
  70. Monosaccharides.
  71. Flavones and Flavonols
  72. 1. Malic Acid
    2. Lactic Acid
  73. Ethyl Acetate
  74. Acetic Acid
  75. Polymerize
  76. 1. Dry Red
    2. Sweet Red
  77. wine
  78. Ethyl Acetate
  79. White Diamonds
  80. Methyl Alcohol
  81. 1. Skins
    2. Seeds
  82. Acetaldehydes
  83. Malic Acid
  84. 1. Skins
    2. Seeds
    3. Stems
  85. They drop out of solution.
  86. White Diamonds
  87. Tartaric Acid