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Sacas: Quantities of wine extracted from the solera and destined for consumption.
Sancocho: Boiled must, similar to arrope, but in which the volume has been reduced by only a third of the original quantity of liquid.
Serpia (alumbra, pileta): Digging holes and/or banking up soil between the rows of vines to form reservoirs to catch and retain rainwater.// Acad. Slender, sterile shoot put out by vines low down and close to the trunk.// Acad. Digging out.
Sobretablas: Term applied to must that has just been fortified for various purposes, and which from then on is referred to as wine.
Soleo: Sunning. Exposing grapes to the sun so that they become raisined.// Acad. (And.) Gathering up the olives that have fallen naturally from the tree or been blown off by the wind.
Solera: First, floor-level, scale in a criadera and solera system, from which wine ready for consumption is extracted.// Mar. Flat surface or level area made up of planks or one single sheet of wood to serve as a base for something.// Acad. Piece of timber placed flat on stonework so that others can rest or be stacked on it, etc.// Acad. (And.)Madre or lees of wine.