Some articles on french, french term, term:
... Marc French for "fruit skins" ... Mistelle French term for fresh grape juice that has had alcohol added to it (Fortification) before fermentation has started ... Muid French term for a large oval barrel with a capacity of 159 gallons (600 liters) Must Unfermented grape juice, including pips (seeds), skins and stalks ...
... Landwein German term for a wine slightly above table wines (tafelwine) ... Similar to a French vin de pays wine ... Lie French term for the dead yeast and sediment of wine also known as lees ...
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