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Saca

Spanish term (Engl. withdrawal) for the removal of the finished sherry for bottling from the lowest row of barrels (Solera) in the Solera system; see there.

Spanish name (also Solera-Criadera system) for the traditional storage and blending system of younger and older wines, i.e. different vintages in the production of sherry. The process is also used alternatively in the production of Madeira, Malaga, brandies(brandy, whisky, etc.) and vinegar (wine vinegar). The...

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