As you know I started a Beaverdale Nebbiolo Two and a half weeks ago and finally degassed it today. I mentioned the other day that from the looking at the wine in the fermenter, it didn't seem it needed fining/filtering but on closer observation e.g. in the glass it isn't as 'sparkly clear' as conventional wine is. It's not a problem i.e. nothing floating about ect but simply a certain dullness to it that would imply not clear. My query is - Will maturation of a few months make the dullness disappear? And - The quality wines I have seen that state ''unfined and unfiltered'' are dull in appearance or the wine maker still gets a clear end result by multiple racking? physical filtering such as muslin cloth? Edit - the couple of glasses I've just had aren't dullish anymore. No I'm not drunk neither LOL. Edit 2nd - It's when I get to a little amount in the glass it gets the dullish nature, a full glass doesn't seem to have that effect. Anyway I'm happy and it's getting matured till' Christmas eve.