Flavored Wines

Flavored Wines are special wines with an alcohol content of no less than 16% and no more than 21% by volume, consisting mainly of a wine with or without alcohol and table sugar, as well as bitter or aromatic substances such as to give the produced particular odors and flavors unrelated to wine. Among the best-known aromatized wines is Vermouth, which is obtained by adding Absinthe Maggiore to a white wine; Barolo chinato, which is obtained by adding cinchona calissaia bark and other medicinal plants to the Barolo wine; wine flavored with eggs; Retsina is a Greek white or rosé wine, which is obtained by adding pine resin to the must during fermentation.

Flavored Wines

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