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Foot trodding: Traditional method by which grapes are crushed by foot. In Portugal, the only major winegrowing country in which foot trodding is still a common method for making high-end wines, foot trodding takes place in large, open vats or troughs known as lagares.

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Lagare: Portuguese term for large, open vats or troughs, typically made of stone, in which wine grapes are crushed by foot.