Wine As A Alcoholic Beverage That Can Be Easily Evaporated While Left

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1. Introduction
1.1 What is wine?

Wine is an alcoholic beverage that can be easily evaporated while left in room temperature. The plant source of producing wine is grapes. Common examples of grapes that are used to produce wine are Chardonnay, Cabernet sauvignon, Gamay and Merlot. To obtain wine, the plant sources that are grapes that consist of sugar must be crushed and added with water to produce mesh for fermentation with the presence of yeast. During fermentation, the yeast feeds on the sugar and results in producing carbon dioxide and ethanol which is known as alcohol.

1.2 Types of wine

Wines can be categorized into two which are old world wine and new world wine. The countries that produced old world wine included France,
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For example, Cinzano, Dubonnet, Martini, Noilly Prat and Chamberry. The alcohol content of this products is around 15% to 22%, same as fortified wines. Aromatized wines can be serve as aperitif.
Next will be introduce about the red wine. Red wine are made from the red grapes and fermented the grape juice which contain sugar. The grapes that using to made the red wine for examples Merlot, Pinot Noir, Gamay and others. The alcohol that contain in red wine average are 10% to 15.5%. There are many red wine for example Shiraz, Barbera, Pinot Noir, Tempranillo and others.
Besides, white wine are yellow or yellow- gold in colour. For the white wine the white grapes are not give the colour to the wine. White wine are made from the white grapes for examples Chardonnay, Colombard, Chenin Blanc and others. The alcohol that contain in white wine average are 10% to 15.5%. Examples for the white wine are Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvigon Blanc, Chenin Blanc and others. Rose wine is made from the red grapes that the skin already peel off or removed. Rose wine is in pinkish in colour and it taste sweet. The red grapes that use to made this wine are Pinot Noir, Sytah, Cabernet Sauvignon and others. If the grape skins are less contact with the fruits, the wine’s colour will become lighter. The alcohol content in rose wines is between 12% to 15%. For example the rose wine are Ogio Pinot Grigio Rose,Isla Negra Seashore Rose, Blossom Hill White Zinfandel and others.
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