Artificially aging wine via ultrasound

  1. The miracle machine that turns cheap plonk into vintage wine - in just half an hour

    I don't know enough about how wine ages to debate the above, but the following set the alarm bells off in my head:

  2. jcsd
  3. Greg Bernhardt

    Staff: Admin

    True, how does aging orange juice make it taste fresher? :confused:
  4. My understanding is that wine ages by the acids and alcohol in the wine reacting slowly and producing esters which gives older wines their fragrances. I don't know how ultrasound would do that.
  5. It's a complex chemical process and this product is bogus. Some beers age in the same way.
  6. This some kind of joke?
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