VDNS - What does VDNS stand for? The Free Dictionary
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This provision also contributes to the transparency, transparency and promotion of VDN
), by adding grape spirit to the must to arrest fermentation in a process called "mutage".
The French equivalent to Port are the Vins Doux Naturels (VDN
) from the deep South, which are lightly fortified white and red wines.
It has also led to concentration in production of Vins Doux Naturels (VDN), which account for around 30 per cent of output.
A VDN is a naturally fortified wine, whereby spirit is added to arrest the fermentation process, leaving a natural sweetness.
Other than VDN
, in the 19th and early 20th century, Roussillon was known for what was called vin de consummation courante, or "here it is, drink it fast" wines.