grape sugar

noun

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When yeast cultures consume grape sugar and metabolize it into alcohol, the process generates carbon dioxide gas. Gar Joseph & Marnie Old, Philly.com, "Cheap Buzz: Romantic red bubbles," 7 Feb. 2018 Its flavors of raspberry and strawberry are boosted by the natural grape sugar preserved in this uncommon wine-making process, yielding a wine that resembles an alcoholic cherry Wishniak. Marnie Old, Philly.com, "Great Wine Values: Banfi 'Rosa Regale' Brachetto d'Acqui," 5 Feb. 2018

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1831, in the meaning defined above

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grape sugar

noun
\ˈgrāp- \

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