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Do they put fish guts in wine?

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In our post “where can I find vegan wine” we explained a little about “The fining process”, which is a process where a substance (usually a fining agent – fish guts, or egg) is added to the wine to create a bond with the suspended particles in the wine; therefore producing larger particles that will precipitate out of ...

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