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An ancestral stabilization method
The traditional method of natural stabilization of wine by exposure to the sun in cylindrical glass carboys is reminiscent of the practices of the early twentieth century. The winegrowers first kept the red and rosé wine in attics before exposing it already bottled on tiles (tuiles in French), hence its name of tuilé wine. Today, Georges Rasse, the owner of the Hautes Collines vineyard in Saint-Jeannet, obtains a rosé wine by aging it in a carboy for an average period of 122 days which may vary depending on the amount of sunshine.
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