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Blending grapes is a more natural, nuanced method of making up for deficiencies than, say, dumping in a bag of tartaric acid or powdered tannins.
The jars, discovered in 2012, were dated to the fourth millennium, B.C. During analysis, researchers found that tartaric acid and its salt were present, which develops naturally during winemaking.
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