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diethylene glycol

divalent alcohol (also diethylene glycol, diglycol) with an oily, viscous consistency and sweet Taste. Among other things, it is used as a component of antifreeze and disinfectants. A portion in the wine can pass through chromatography (Gas chromatography). Values below two milligrams per liter do not indicate conscious clogging. With the Austrian wine scandal In 1985, some producers added it to the wine to give it more " body and loveliness " to rent. In the sense of the Wine Act, this was a clear one wine adulteration, The remedy was or is relatively harmless and no one was able to do so gsundheitlichem Damage), but the image damage led the Austrian wine industry to the brink of ruin.

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