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Winemaking 101: Alcohol and Sugar levels with Fabian Zähringer

Sugar is converted to alcohol by yeasts as wine ferments. Winemaker Fabian Zähringer from the Baden in Germany talks about how the two are related in this short piece. Ask a Winemaker filmed with Fabian on a trip sponsored by Wines of Germany in the Rheinhessen in 2013.

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Ask a Winemaker filmed with Fabian on a trip sponsored by Wines of Germany in the Rheinhessen in 2013.

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