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Let’s start with the basics: red wine is produced by fermenting the juice of dark-skinned grapes. Red wine differs from white wine in the basic blends and, above all, in the production process (white wine can also be made from dark-skinned grapes).
During the production of red wine, the pressed grape juice, called must, is allowed to macerate and ferment with the dark grape skins: this process is called ‘red wine making’ and adds colour, flavour and tannin to the wine.
The alcohol in this process develops during fermentation, when the yeast converts the grape sugar into ethanol and carbon dioxide.
And that is how red wine is made!