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Wine colors

Color white wines

The color of the wine depends on many factors, such as the types of vines used, the winemaking system, the refinement and aging. In white wines differ mainly in the following shades: yellow greenish, pale yellow, golden yellow, yellow amber

Color rosé wines

The wide range of shades of rosé wines depends very much on the time in which the must is left in contact with the skins. For most rosé wines the main distinction falls in the following chromatic spectra: pale pink, Cerasuolo pink, claret pink

Color red wines

The concentration of the red color is directly proportional to the duration of the maceration on the skins and the type of grapes used in fermentation. For most of the red wines on the market, the main distinction lies in the following chromatic spectra: purple red, ruby red, garnet red, orange red.

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