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White wine is produced by fermenting the juice of light-skinned grapes, or even dark-skinned ones. White wine differs from red wine in terms of the basic grape blends used and, above all, the production process.
During the production of white wine, the pressed grape juice, called must, is not allowed to macerate and ferment with the grape skins: this process is called ‘white wine making’. This gives the wine a light colour, a fresher taste and avoids the presence of tannin in 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 white wine is made!