The process diagram illustrates the 8 stages used to produce a single bottle of wine.
Overall, producing and transporting one bottle of wine is an eight-stage process, which starts with picking grapes and ends with delivering the wine to the supermarket. 400 ripe grapes are used to produce 3000ml juice.
Firstly, grapes are picked which are ripped by a machine and the waste of juice is composted. Subsequently, the juice is fermented for 2 weeks. After that, which is pressed through the filtered process, and then the pressed waste is composted.
During the filtration, the waste materials are composted. The next step is to leave it in barrels for making 750ml of wine bottles. Finally, which is delivered to the supermarket by truck.