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ALL ABOUT WINE
Wineis an alcoholic drink. People have been making wine for about 5000 years. The word wine usually used describes drinks made from the juice of grapes, although people sometimes call alcoholic drinks made from the juice of other fruits – such as apples, cherries, plums or blackberries – wine.
Wine is a popular drink in many countries. The countries that drink the most wine are: France, Italy, USA, Germany, Spain, Argentina, United Kingdom, China, Russia and Romania. However, if you make a list of countries where the average person drinks the most wine, the list is different: Luxembourg, France, Italy, Portugal, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Argentina, Uruguay and Slovenia. Wine is made in many countries. The countries that make the most wine are: France, Italy, Spain, USA, Argentina, South Africa, Portugal and Chile.
alcoholic [ˌælkəˈhɒlɪk] – alkoholos
to describe [tu dɪˈskraɪb] – leír
although [ɔːlˈðəʊ] – bár, habár
average person [ˈævərɪdʒ ˈpɜːsn̩] – áltag ember
a videót itt nézheted meg: https://www.5percangol.hu/cikk/2010_september_-_all_about_wine_-_wines_explained/
What is wine?
Wine is an alcoholic drink made from fermented grape juice.
How is wine made?
Wine is made by crushing the grapes, and then the juice that comes from them has yeast added to it. That yeast kick-starts a fermentation process where the sugars within the juice is turned into alcohol, producing wine.
How is white wine made?
White wine is made using the pressed juice of both red and white grapes. It picks up no colour at all from the skins because it has no contact with them.
How is red wine made?
Red wine is made using the pressed juice of red grapes, and that juice is then left in contact with the skins of the grape, which leaks the colour into the final product – red wine.
How is rosé made?
Rosé wine is made in two different ways. One is that the pressed juice is left in contact with the red skins for a small amount of time just to give a light tint. The other is to have a small amount of still red wine added to the white wine to give it a small amount of colour and create Rosé.
Where is wine made?
Wine is made all over the world, from very traditional countries such as France, Germany and Spain; to New World countries such as America and Australia, and even places such as Great Britain and China.
Where was wine first made?
That’s very debatable, but there’re a number of sources that pin point countries such as Armenia and Georgia as the first countries that produced wine.
When was wine first made?
There is a lot of debate as to when wine was first made, but there are a lot of historical sources that pinpoint wine being made as far back as 1750 B.C.
fermented [fəˈmentɪd] – erjesztett
to crush [tu krʌʃ] – összenyom, összeprésel
yeast [jiːst] – élesztő
to kick start [tu kɪk stɑːt] – (hirtelen) beindít
fermentation process [ˌfɜːmenˈteɪʃn̩ ˈprəʊses] – erjesztési folyamat
skin [skɪn] – bőr, héja valaminek
debatable [dɪˈbeɪtəbl̩] – vitatható
source [sɔːs] -forrás
to pinpoint [tu ˈpɪnpoɪnt] – megállapít, rögzít
Armenia [ɑːˈmiːniə] – Örményország
Georgia [ˈdʒɔːdʒə] – Grúzia
debate [dɪˈbeɪt] – vita