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  • Answer: Yes try taking an anti histamine before you drink your red wine you may find that it helps.
  • Answer: Romans had two methods for their drinks:
    1) Their most common "cups" were bowls, literally. They were made from clay/
    2) Another thing the Romans used for drinking was the chalice.
  • Answer: A wine opener commonly utilizes a wine corkscrew, however not all wine openers have to be manually operated. A wine corkscrew instrument is usually manually operated by the user to achieve the same objective as that of a wine opener, which is to open the wine bottle.
  • Answer: Rose wine and Zinfandel wine both incorporates some color of its grapes skin, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. Rose wine and Zindafel wine are both popular across Europe and USA.
  • Answer: 0.35 oz

    1 oz = 28.34 grams
    1 gram = 0.03 oz
  • Answer: The host tastes the wine first after the waiter opens the bottle of wine. If the Host approves, then the waiter serves the guests - ladies first. then ends serving the host.
    the waiter/ somellier only tastes the wine if the host complains that something is wrong with the wine
  • Answer: The difference between personalized wine and regular wine is simply that either the wine, the label, or both were made special order by someone, or it is just a regular bottle of wine purchased at a store. Personalized wines and wine labels are popular for weddings.
  • Answer: White wine glasses are taller whereas red wine glasses are wider and more shallow. The shape of red wine glasses permits the drinker to observe the color more precisely.
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    • Wine glass containing wine is less stable than an empty wineglass because winecreates a high centre of gravity, thus it islikely to topple over.
    • Hope this helps :)

  • Answer: The best substitutes for white wine are:
    white grape juice
    ginger ale
    apple juice
    chicken/vegetable broth
    diluted white wine vinegar or cider vinegar
  • Answer: Apple cider is a good replacement.
  • Answer: White wine is traditionally served slightly chilled. However, the wine police will not hunt you down if you prefer it at room temperature (though your friends may make fun of you for it).
  • Answer: no wine can go bad . its a proven fact.
  • Answer: No nothing with alcohol will freeze. At least not completely.

    Alcohol will freeze at a low enough temperature. So yes you can freeze white wine but it would take a much colder temperature than water. Pure alcohol is almost impossible to freeze without the use of liquid nitrogen or other. Beer will work though. The show Mythbusters did an episode involving instafreezng beer. If you can get beer right on its freezing temperature and then give it a physical shock like gently slamming it on a table it will give the crystal structure a base and cause the liquid inside the beer to crystallize to "ice"
  • Answer: He adds no sugar to the grape juice in the process of fermentation.



    Adding sugar to the unfermented grape juice is called chaptilisation and is used to increase the final alcohol content of the wine. To make a dry wine the winemaker will allow the fermentation process to continue until all the sugar has been converted to alcohol.

Why does red wine melt ice faster than white wine?

  • because it is a darker color & most people like it warm

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