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Wine Word of the day

    Fining:

    "A process used to remove suspended solids from a wine in order to make it 'clear'. Fining agents include dried blood, casein, clay and egg whites. "

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Which grape was a favorite during Prohibition because of its rich juice color that allowed bootleggers to strech wines with water & sugar?

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