Red wines are among the protagonists of worldwide enology. Powerful and elegant, robust and full- bodied, everyday or sought after, their origin is ancient. They are strongly linked to the territory from which they come, so much so that they have made some wine regions famous all over the world. They come from a winemaking process where the must remains in contact with the skins, giving wines an extraordinary aromatic complement, which offers many nuances. Short macerations create fresh and fruity wines, while long macerations offer intense wines for aging. Red wines derives from many different vines, as well as varied are the production methods, using different ways to control temperature during fermentation, or using barrels or barrique for aging.
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