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Fig. 5

From: Vino de Tea (pine heartwood wine) from La Palma (Spain): ethnographic and physic-chemical characterization of a unique fermented product

Fig. 5

Winepress made of tea. Winepresses consisted on a large beam and a spindle. The wine was bundled together with a tight rope forming the so-called ‘queso’ (cheese) before pressing the wine. The wine then fermented with stems and skins in a basin or ‘lagarillo’ before being transferred to the tea casks, or it could also ferment within the tea casks immediately after crushing the grapes. Source: authors

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