If you cut a grape in half and put the two halves in the microwave so that they’re touching each other, it will produce a glowing fireball.
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Have you ever had a bad allergic reaction to wine? If so, you might actually be allergic to the histamines in the wine, not the sulfites.
You've just opened a bottle of wine for dinner. On the label, you see these words: Contains Sulfites. What are sulfites? And what are they doing in your wine?
New grapes will be needed to continue to produce wine.
Have you ever wondered how Brandy and Wine are different?
Learn about the science of grape "breeding" on this Moment of Science.
Where do apples come from? Simple question, right? A seed is planted, the seed grows into a tree, and the tree makes apples. Where do seedless grapes come from?