Why is sulfur used in winemaking? Sean O’Callaghan of Riecine

Why is sulfur used in winemaking? What role does it play? Organic winemaker Sean O’Callaghan talks about how, why and when he uses small amounts of sulfur at Riecine in Tuscany.

Sean O’Callaghan is winemaker and co-owner at Riecine in La Gaiole in Chianti in Tuscany, Italy. Ask a Winemaker has filmed at Riecine on multiple occasions.

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