Sulfites are a type of preservative that are added to wine to prevent spoilage and maintain freshness. They are naturally occurring compounds, but winemakers often add additional sulfites to ensure the longevity of the wine. Sulfites are also used to prevent oxidation and to maintain the wine’s color and aroma.
What are sulfites in wine and why are they used?
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