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fizz

Germanic term (French mousse = foam, mousser = foaming, mousseux = sparkling wine, sparkling wine) for the upgrade of the carbon dioxide bubbles, respectively foaming / pearls in the sparkling wine or wine. Other names are also "crépiter / crépitant" or "pétiller / pétillant", but this is more likely at sparkling wines (Vin pétillant) or even with sparkling wines is used. A Moussieren at older wines, especially red wines could indicate an unwanted fermentation in the bottle (see below bottle fermentation ). This then means one wine faults, See also below effervescence. Perlfähigkeit and silver spoon,

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