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Other options of the same ilk include frappato from the Vittoria region of Italy, barberas from the Piedmont region of Italy, and any number of fresh reds made by the perhaps arcane process known as carbonic maceration.
In addition to the unusual one-offs, Jones also produces more traditional wines in cans: rosé, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir under his Alloy label; carbonic Sangiovese, called Antipasto; and more.
Carbonating that (which is adding carbonic acid) lowers its pH to about 5.
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