A wine that has not been subjected to filtration. Filtration is controversial because although useful for clarifying and sanitizing a wine, it can strip out the color, aromas, and textures that give it vital character. Winemakers who leave their wine unfiltered use other tactics to avoid microbial faults and to ensure a clarified end product.

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