Pomace

The mashed-up, solid residue of skins, stems, seeds, and pulp that is left over after grapes are pressed. Pomace is often simply spread on vineyards where it decomposes. Or more enterprisingly, it can be distilled to become grappa (in Italy), marc (in France), or eau-de-vie (in the U.S. and France).

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