Micro-oxygénation


Micro-oxygénation
   La micro-oxygénation est une opération qui consiste à mettre le vin en contact avec l'oxygène, de façon contrôlée, par injection. Elle permet de renforcer et stabiliser la structure tannique d'un vin

L'Abécédaire du Vin . . 2015.

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