Mutage


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Mu´tage

    (mū´tãj)
n.1.A process for checking the fermentation of the must of grapes.
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The fermentation is then arrested by the addition of a neutral grape spirit, approximately onefifth of the volume, in a process known as mutage.
Alem de serem considerados toxicos, seu impacto ambiental e aumentado pela formacao de aminas aromaticas (anilinas), consideradas carcinogenicas e/ou mutage nicas, originadas da quebra redutiva da ligacao azo (MARTINS et al.
This process, known as mutage, arrests the fermentation and allows the wine to retain its natural sweetness from unfermented grape sugars.
The process known as mutage immediately arrests the fermentation, allowing the now fortified wine to retain its natural sweetness from the unfermented grape sugars, producing a beverage between 18-20 degrees.
This process, known as mutage, kills off the yeast and arrests the fermentation, allowing the fortified wine to retain its unfermented grape sugars, producing natural sweetness and a beverage of between 18-20 per cent abv.