Pinot Noir Grand Cru Grape Marc
The seeds and stems are from Pinot Noir grape marc from the Mongeard-Mugneret estate in Vosne-Romanée.
Grape seeds + Grape skin + Stems (the frame of a grape cluster) = Dry residue resulting from pressing or treading the grapes and fermentation = GRAPE MARC.
In winemaking, grape marc is the dry residue resulting from pressing = waste from the production of wine and grape juice.
Pressing consists of pressing the grapes to extract the must or grape juice.
Pressing yields two parts :
1. The liquid that is used in the making of wine.
2. The other, solid (the waste), which is grape marc.
Grape marc contains a wide variety of polyphenols (= antioxidants) to fight against the signs of aging. It is also known for its slimming and anti-cellulite action.