The article explains that these “legs” are often mistaken as a sign of higher sugar content.
Monroe, Washington (PRWEB) August 10, 2013
“Nobody truly understands everything about wine. It is simply too complex,” explains Byron Young, the new writer for Cellars Wine Club’s blog. In his latest writings, he explains some of the common questions that people struggle with as new wine drinkers, hoping to amuse and entertain while being informative.
Most wine drinkers, sooner or later, come across the age old question: “How long does wine last after opening?” Byron Young answers this in his article with what he calls the four Rs of wine: Red, Re-cork, Refrigerate, and Re-bottle. He also points out that there are other factors that determine wine spoilage rate, but that these are the major influencers.
Another common question is also answered: “What are wine legs?” The article explains that these “legs” are often mistaken as a sign of higher sugar content. This effect is actually caused by the alcohol content. Higher alcohol content creates these “legs”, which is also known as the “Maragoni effect”.
These and other articles are available on Cellars Wine Club’s blog at http://www.cellarswineclub.com/wine
Anyone who wishes to ask more questions about wine should feel free to do so.
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