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Dealcoholization Processes

Many winemakers want to vinify grapes with ripe flavors that can only be attained at high Brix levels. But this leads to wines with high alcohol that can be out of balance. So an increasing number of wineries are using different types of dealcoholization methods on their wines. As described by Alan Goldfarb of Appellation America, the 3 major types of dealcoholization are reverse osmosis, using a spinning cone, or adding water.

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France Changes Wine Labels for Export Market

In response to increased competition from the New World and declining domestic consumption, France is changing its wine labeling rules. France will now allow blends of different Vins de Pays to be labeled, Vignobles de France.

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This Week’s Calwineries News

Friday, February 2ndThe Lake County Wine Alliance distributes funds from Auction. The Lake County Wine Alliance held their 2006 Wine Auction at Steele Wines in the Red Hills AVA.

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California Wines Sweep Floor at SF Chronicle Wine Competition

The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition took place in early January at the Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds. Over 1,500 wineries from 20 states submitted some 3,800 wines for judgment. This made it the largest American wine competition in the world.

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