The process diagram shows the eight steps involved in making a wine.
Overall, there are eight clear stages in the process, starting from picking and ending with the wine is taken to the supermarket. At three stages, waste is composted.
In the first stage, the grapes are picked in bunches. These grapes are taken to be juiced. The diagram reveals that it takes 400 ripe grapes to make 3,000 ml of juice. In the following stage, that juice is taken to be ferment for a total of two weeks.
After the two weeks, the fermented juice is taken to be filtered while any waste is composted. Again, the filtering process results in waste which is similarly composted. This leaves a period where the wine is left in large wooden barrels.
The final stages show how the wine is bottled into 750 ml bottles which are transported to the supermarket by lorry.