During alcoholic fermentation, Yeast consumes the Sugar in the grapes and transforms it into Alcohol and Carbon Dioxide.
The main components of a wine grape are stem, skin, flesh (aka pulp), and seeds.
Red and Rosé wines are made from black grapes.
The skin of black grapes has a deep color.
White and Orange wines are made from white grapes.
The skin of white grapes has a light color.
Wild grapevine seeds naturally in humid and shady riverbank forests.
Cultivated vines are not grown from seeds. They are spread from cuttings and selected via hybrids and clones. Cultivated vines produce grapes every year (2 years after planting).
The lifespan of a grapevine can be over 100 years.
Vitis Vinifera is the most cultivated and economically important fruit in the world. It produces high quality grapes with good aromas. There are between 5.000 and 10.000 different varieties, but only a few are used for wine production.
The world's most famous wine grapes are:
|Principal Black||Principal White|
|Pinot Noir||Sauvignon Blanc|
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