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Fining

Winemaking procedure in which a product is added to wine in order to remove unwanted material.

Typical fining agents include bentonite clay (to remove

proteins) and egg white (to remove bitter tannins). Ox blood was once commonly

used as a fining agent but is now generally forbidden.

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