One university in southern Spain is set on bringing fame to it’s region through the discovery of a type of wine which existed in Roman times. Researchers from Universidad Pable de Olavide (UPO) in Seville have begun “Olavidium”, a project in which the team will try to create a naturally sweet wine with up to 16 percent alcohol content, very little oxidation and all with the absence of of additives.
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The key to the process, UPO research Juan Jimenez told Europa Press this past week, is a natural yeast found in Spain’s southern region of Andalusia. Read more about how they are doing it on Snooth.