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Winemaking 101: Whole cluster fermentation with Todd Hamina

Whole cluster fermentation refers to putting the entire cluster of grapes, stems, stalks and all, into the fermenting tank. Todd Hamina in Oregon likes to use the technique because it reduces the damage to the grapes that can happen with grapes are destemmed.

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Biggio Hamina makes wine from four prestigious AVAs in the North Willamette Valley: Chehalem Mountain, Dundee Hills, McMinnville and Yamhill-Carlton

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