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The winemaking process might seem as simple as smashing up a few grapes, but commercial wineries add any number of additional ingredients to their products in order to bring out certain notes or textures. These additives can make a great difference among wines made from the same grape and, according to a new study in the journal Analytical Chemistry Research, the difference can be so great, winemakers should list their ingredients on each bottle to let consumers know what they can expect.
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If you get your hands and lips on a glass of champagne this New Year’s Eve, it’s unlikely you will be thinking about science. But this is redOrbit and we eat, breathe, and drink science. So here’s a quick look at the science of “champers.” What gives it its unique character and those magnificent bubbles?
Beer aficionados prize the frothy beverage of their affection for its taste as well as its smell, but they aren’t the only ones who enjoy the whiff of fermented barley.
- The act of burning, scorching, or heating to dryness; the state or being thus heated or dried.
- In medicine, cauterization.