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October 06, 2010

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That is quite a picture.

Nice .. but I imagine in Bedell have a microbiology laboratory., for determine which of the types of yeast are those that are actually fermenting the wine .... and do not find that. bad yeast get started ...
I prefer the safe way. for a commercial wine. But I think it's interesting. cult wines, wines Mob, natural wines. authorship wines produced in low volumes.
all the fermentation of these types of wines, the winemaker never know where or how they ended, some times goos, some times bad...

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