Beer Info FAQ

What's at the bottom of my wine bottle?

What's at the bottom of my wine bottle?

Sediment is a byproduct of winemaking that usually settles to the bottom of your glass, and it can form during the fermentation process or while a wine matures in a bottle. Sediment is completely natural and not harmful, with most of it made up of bits of seeds, grape skin, and crystal-like tartrates.

What's in the bottom of my wine?

Dregs are sediment sometimes found in a bottle, or glass, of wine. They're made of yeast cells as well as leftover grape solids (stems, seeds, skin), tartrates (tartaric acid crystals), and any other solids leftover from the winemaking process.