Winemaking 101: Volatile acidity with Frank Cornelissen

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Volatile acidity is correlated with bacterial infection in wine, and can be used as an indication of the health of a wine, which is why many people use sulfur during the winemaking process. Frank Cornelissen, winemaker from Mount Etna, Sicily talks about VA in detail. Ask a Winemaker sat with Frank Cornelissen in Chicago in 2013 on location at Red and White Wines.

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