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sorbite (GB)

A six-valued with glucose (Dextrose) related type of alcohol (also sorbitol, glucitol, glucitol), which is found in wine in very small quantities. Sorbitol is found in many types of fruit, for example pears, apples, peaches, apricot or plums. In the case of sorbitol intolerance (sorbitol malabsorption, sorbitol intolerance), the utilization of sorbitol in the small intestine is completely or partially eliminated and bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea occur. In larger quantities, sorbitol gives the wine more body, which is why it is sometimes illegal wine adulteration was used. See the different types of alcohol below alcohol,

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