Wine SVG is an alcoholic beverage produced by full or partial alcoholic fermentation of grape juice (sometimes with the addition of alcohol and other substances – the so-called “fortified wine”). Wine SVG science is an enology.
Wine SVG classifications
Wines are traditionally produced from fermented grape juice. Alcoholic beverages produced by similar technologies from fermented fruit and berry juice belong to a separate category of fruit or fruit and berry wines. Alcoholic beverages obtained by fermentation of berries, fruits, vegetables, and cereals or by mixing alcohol with juices (brah, nalewka) are also not included in wines.
The wines are divided into canteens (used as a flavour supplement to the table) and desserts (served for dessert).
Wine SVG Colour and quality
In the production of wines a huge number of different grape varieties are used, the most common is their division into black (often called red) and white. White, pink and red wines are distinguished by their colour. White wines range in colour from light straw to amber or heavily brewed tea. Sometimes white wines of dark shades, infuse on mezge, are singled out in a separate category of orange wines.
Pink and red wines have many shades: from light ruby to dark pomegranate. White wines acquire darker tones with age, while red wines, on the contrary, become pale because the dyestuff precipitates or changes.
The sludge does not affect the taste of the product in any way, it appears for 6-8 years after bottling. In vintage ports the sludge appears for 4 years after bottling, and it can be considered as a kind of confirmation of quality. The decantation procedure is used to remove the sludge: the wine is transferred to a decanter and the sludge remains in the bottle. A traditional wine bottle (burgundy bottle) has “shoulders” that facilitate the process of transfusion, allowing to leave the sludge in the bottle.