Red wine is made with dark-skinned rather than light-skinned grapes. During red wine production, the winemaker allows pressed grape juice, called must, to macerate and ferment with the dark grape skins, which adds colour, flavour and tannin to the wine. Alcohol occurs when yeast converts the grape sugar into ethanol and carbon dioxide. The result of these processes: red wine.
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