Appassimento is a wine processing technique in which harvested grapes go through a drying process prior to fermentation. Traditionally, this process is used in Italian wine regions to make the unique Amarone, Recioto, Valpolicella Ripasso, and Sforzato wines.
Appassimento concentrates the sugars and influences the flavor compounds and other organic constituents of the grapes. This results in
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