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FINING

The principle of fining, known for a very long time, but applied to great wines only from the 17th century, rests on the capacity of the proteins of the egg white to react with the tannins of the red wine. This phenomenon leads to the precipitation in the form of sediment of a certain number of unstable components that would have been susceptible to perturbing the bottled wine.
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