cold settling

cold settling

[′kōld ‚set·liŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A process that removes wax from high-viscosity stocks.
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Caption: After pressing and cold settling, half the Bogle Chardonnay is fermented in new American oak barrels and the other half in stainless steel.
YACHATS - The early part of last week was not really the best day for whale watching on the Oregon Coast, what with the wind blowing the rain sideways, and bitter, humid winter cold settling into the bones the moment wildlife lovers left the sanctity of their car or vacation rental.
The clarification of white must (centrifugation, enzyme treatments and cold settling) can reduce the initial population of yeasts.
After a bit of cold settling, the juice is then racked off heavy lees into other tanks, including the eggs, or to embedded pipes that lead to a barrel room beneath the cellar.