September 15, 1996 Grapefruit Seeds Rescue Grape Fruit By Jancis Robinson A citrus fruit may be on the verge of taking over the world of wine. Now don't laugh, but I know an urbane, cosmopolitan Bordeaux winemaker who believes that a new preparation made from grapefruit pips--yes, grapefruit pips--may take over from sulfur dioxide in the not-so-distant future.
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