Over extraction

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Over-extraction refers to the extraction of too many phenolics (colour, tannin and flavour compounds) during or post-fermentation. It is undesirable because although the wine gains colour and concentration, it is at the expense of balance, losing delicate fruit while adding (dry) tannins.

Translated by Sylvia Wu / 吴嘉溦

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