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What Yeast Do

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Fermentation is anaerobic respiration that produces a byproduct - ethanol - that kills yeast. But in the process, yeast also transform other compounds into aroma- and flavor-active molecules that taste, smell, and feel different than grape juice plus alcohol.  We call it wine.

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Appellation Cornell

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2011-3

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Part of the series Grapes 101.

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2011-08

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Cornell University

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Enology/Winemaking; Grapes 101; Appellation Cornell; Cornell University; CALS; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; Agritech; Viticulture

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