The harvesting of wine grapes has begun for the season in Attica, the largest winemaking region in Greece. Wine grapes are hand-picked and then carried for desteming, the first stage of wine production.
The harvesting of wine grapes has started in Attica, the largest winemaker region in Greece. Wine grapes are hand picked and after they are carried for destemming, the first stage of wine production.
In order to make red wine, after destemming, the grapes are lightly crushed.
The extraction that is obtained is a mixture of grapes, skins, juice and seeds, which is now referred to as must. The must is then pumped to a vessel, often a tank made of stainless steel or concrete, for fermentation.
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