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The same way you would remove a regular cork, with a corkscrew.

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Is wine from 1987 still good?

There is no single right answer to this. It depends upon the vintage and how the wine has been kept. In general the cheaper the wine the less well it will keep over time. Most cheaper wines would probably not be good at 25 years of age. Good vintages of known origin and which are considered "fine wines" should be good if stored correctly for the whole time. These would be far more expensive and more likely to have been sold through a dealer than a supermarket or bottle shop. If the bottle has a cork then it should have been stored on its side continuously to allow the cork to stay moist and seal out the air. If the cork has dried out it has also shrunk and allowed air in which will slowly start to affect the wine's quality. There are probably no screw-cap wines form 1987 of sufficient quality to last 25 years and remain drinkable.

How much sugar is in a 2 liter bottle of coca cola?

There are 240 grams of sugar (same carbohydrate count as 20 tbsp. of granulated sugar) in the form of sugar/glucose-fructose in a two liter bottle of Coca Cola.

How is the bouquet chemically developed by the wine?

The bouquet of a wine refers to those unique aromas that develop after fermentation and during the aging process. Sometimes these are referred to as tertiary aromas. During fermentation, yeast consumes some of the sugar naturally present in the grapes and produces alcohol. During the aging process, some of the alcohol combines with fruit acids to form aldehydes and esters via oxidation. This happens gradually over time as oxygen gradually gains access to the bottle through a cork (or a screw cap fitted with a plastic liner that allows a slow gas transmission rate). The aromas in the wine's bouquet are attributed to these aldehyde and ester products of oxidation. Once a wine is opened, it should be allowed to "breathe" or to rapidly accelerate the oxidation process to allow for the full development of the aroma producing compounds. When tasting wine, one should swirl the wine in the glass to volatilize the esters (physically accelerate their move from the liquid into the air space in the glass so that bouquet can be enjoyed to its fullest.

What is the shelf life of Polyurethane Finish unopened?

Polyurethane is a very tough Plastic and is solid at room temperature so the shelf life, at room temperature, Liquid form, still a long time, for furthur answers and for further Elaboration consult The New MrSpock (Xbox Live Gamertag).

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What does cork mean?

A cork is seal for a bottle. Traditionally, corks were made out of a type of aged wood. Nowadays, most corks are made out of plastic, though wooden corks are still used for higher end wines. The verb form of cork means to close or sealsomething. The idiom, put a cork in it, means to stop speaking.Cork is the buoyant, light brown substance obtained from the outer bark layer of the cork oak. It is used to seal bottles.

How do you remove a stuck wine bottle cork?

If the cork has broken off and you can no longer reach it with your opener - one option is to push it into the bottle instead of trying to pull it out. You will want to use a sieve as you pour to catch any small pieces of cork - but this method usually works well. Try this Foolproof method: I screwed a 3" deck screw through the cork that was stuck down in the neck of the bottle. I then used a set of diagonal pliers to GENTLY pry up on the shank of the screw until it was flush with the top of the bottle. I then used a pair of needle nose pliers to form a bridge around the cork and continued to pry up with the diagonal pliers. In a short period of time, I had pulled the cork far enough out of the bottle to finish the job just pulling on the screw. This really does work and is much faster then it sounds

What is Molotav cocktail?

A bottle containing a flammable substance with a cork or handkerchief in the top. The idea is the bottle smashes when it lands and sprays burning fuel over people. It's a brutal form of weapon.

What happens when you add water to a plastic bottle of vegetable oil?

If there is space in the bottle, the oil will form a separate, upper layer from the water. If the bottle is full of oil, then some oil will be forced out.

Why plastic is more dangerous?

Why plastic is more dangerous... than what? Your question isn't complete, however, I can still give you a reason why plastic is more dangerous than metal. (In water bottle form.) Plastic is more dangerous than metal in water bottle form because when plastic heats up (like say it's left in a hot car for a long time) it releases a chemical called Bisphenol A (BPA) into the water or whatever is in your water bottle. This is potentially harmful. Metal does not release this kind of chemical. I hope I helped!! :)

Who invented caps for bottles and jars?

The first form of bottle cap, the crown cork (AKA crown cap AKA crown) was invented by William Painter in 1891 in Baltimore. This is the crown-shaped cap that you need a bottle opener for.

Why do plastic bottles get shrink when hot substances poured into them?

Plastic bottles are 'blow molded'. Basically air is forced inside a small piece of hot plastic and it expands like a balloon, except that this 'balloon' is inside a form or mold in the shape of the bottle. It is cooled and the bottle shape stays. If the softening point of the bottle is lower than the hot liquid poured in, then the plastic 'balloon' wants to shrink again.

What organs of the plant may form the cork cambium?

The vascular tissue is the organ of the plant that may form the cork cambium.

Why does plastic water bottles melt when you put hot water in it?

Because the melting point of the plastic used to make the bottle is lower than the temperature of the water that you have put in it. Plastic bottles are 'blow molded'. Basically air is forced inside a small piece of hot plastic and it expands like a balloon, except that this 'balloon' is inside a form or mold in the shape of the bottle. It is cooled and the bottle shape stays. If the softening point of the bottle is lower than the hot liquid poured in, then the plastic 'balloon' wants to shrink again.

Why was the bottle cap invented?

The crown cork (also known as a crown cap or just a crown), the first form of bottle cap, was invented by William Painter in 1891 in Baltimore. Bottle-Sealing Device Patent No. 468226. Inducted 2006. William Painter invented the crown bottle cap in 1892. Crown caps, both pry-offs and twist-offs, The crimp top was patented by William Painter, Feb.2,1892. He called it, and it's still officially known as, the disposable Crown Cork bottle cap.

What is the use of cork cells?

Cork cells form a protective layer around plant stems.

What is the meaning of the words cork decoys?

There is no information about the words cork decoys on the internet. A cork (material) is harvested from cork oak and used for floors. A decoy is something that is used as a form a distraction from what is really going on.

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