A conversation with Linus at LinuxCon Japan
Posted Jun 3, 2011 6:39 UTC (Fri) by rgmoore
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Not true. Much of the red wine is matured in steel or concrete vats with some wood chips added for flavor, but the expensive stuff is still kept in wooden barrels. Health authorities are often accommodating of traditional production methods provided they have a good history of avoiding health risks. They may be more stringent in their inspections and rules when dealing with traditional methods, or they may have some additional, non-traditional rules (e.g. there's a minimum 60 day aging period for raw milk cheese in the USA) but they are often allowed.
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