What is the Meaning & Definition of wine

Wine is an alcoholic beverage that is produced from the fruit of the grape, mediating the alcoholic fermentation of the must or juice, said fermentation is achieved through the action of the yeasts that will transform the sugars of the fruit in carbonic anhydride and ethyl alcohol.
Although this does not remove, as before, other civilizations not have tasted it, the origin of the wine goes back to the Neolithic stage and managed to trace it to that time thanks to the discovery of a vase dating from 5400 B.C. and which found traces of the same. From there, this drink known by all, they was expanding and becoming customary in other cultures such as Greece and Egypt, among others and preserved up to our days.
Since its discovery, the wine not only has used it as a drink that quenches thirst and accompanies meals, but their presence has also been and is synonymous with celebration in almost all parts of the world, because advertising, there will be obviously had to do when it comes to depict him as one guest at the friends meeting or as a fundamental part in organizing a romantic dinner , but as said before, in ancient times, marketing, advertising and its derivatives did not exist and are already used it as a symbol of celebration or meeting at feasts of the high society or in the conclusion of treaties.
The definition I provided them at the beginning only reaches to Classic wines, however, are one lot of others who differ from the first to be produced using other substances and practices.
Red wines are made with grapes, whites who are made with white grapes and one lot of others that mix some of these characteristics such as: clarets, ice, varietal wines, boutique, medicinal, sparkling wine, among others.
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