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Imitation wine

See under artificial wine.

Artificial wine is an alcoholic beverage that resembles wine and can be mistaken for wine, but is not wine. Therefore, such products are also called imitation wines. Artificial wines are produced by various processes with or without fermentation using natural or artificial flavourings. They can be produced from grape must concentrate, from residues from the preparation of wine or spirits such as pomace, lees and stillage, as well as from dried grapes or fruits. In some cases, enzymes from moulds are also added to accelerate...

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