Carbonic Maceration

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The fermentation of uncrushed, whole bunches of grapes in a carbon dioxide soaked atmosphere. The bottom layer of grapes is crushed in the vat by the upper layers of grapes. As a result, there is a split between carbonic maceration and normal fermentation.

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