Wine is about experiencing something. A pleasant buzz is what it is about. The craft of a drink takes a long time. Cheap grape juice can be downed as fast as possible. Who is going to make a decision?

sauerkraut, marmalade, and wet dog are things that don't come to mind when you think of wine. Light strike is a chemical reaction that happens when wine is exposed to ultraviolet light or high Frequency visible light. The Edmund Mach Foundation in Italy has a food chemist named Fulvio Mattivi. Wine is stored and aged in dark places because of this.

The head of marketing for each wine company has the final say on what goes on the market.

White wines and rosés are often sold in clear bottles made of a Refractive material called flint glass, and while standard fluorescent lights in grocery stores don't produce the same amount of high Frequency light as direct sunlight, the damaging wavelength are still present. The production of stinky compounds can be caused by just a week on supermarket shelves in these bottles.

Exposure can cause a bad wine.

Wine making takes place in the shadows. Gage Oughterson said there was no exposure to light until it hit the bottles. Light strike effects are considered in the wine world. The marketing department appears to have won over the development department.

A majority of Ian Barry's lighter wines are put in flint glass bottles because they sell better in grocery stores. It is very important when people make a decision about which wine to buy.

People interested in naturally produced wine seem to be more willing to clear bottles. He doesn't know if that's because they're transparent

In addition to the desire to show off wine's brilliant hues, there is a tradition around the color of wine bottles. Dry wines are usually bottled in green while semi-dry wines are usually bottled in amber. Commercial success is made up of clear bottles. flint glass is usually used for the bottled wines. Mr. Frank hoped that people wouldn't leave the bottle out in the sun.

Even though light strike has been a well-known effect for at least half a century, winemakers and scientists have been unsure of its chemical origins and how fast it happened. In order to study it, Dr. Mattivi and his colleagues stored a lot of wine in a store. This was part of a larger project to understand the effects of shelf storage on wine, growing out of a 2020 paper in which Dr. Mattivi and his colleagues showed that wine in clear bottles developed a bad smell. What was going on at a level that wasn't normal?

Wines of different colors were analyzed. Two aromatic compounds, norisoprenoids and terpenes, which can, in different concentrations, lend the drink a smell of baked apples, flowers, saffron,Citrus, spicy cloves or fish oil, were found to have been significantly affected in wine kept in clear bottles after just a week. Wine in green bottles did not exhibit the same kind of chemical change, even after 50 days on the shelf.

The longer the wines were stored in clear bottles, the more similar they became to one another. He said that the wine would be less typical.

A new study shows that a wine in a clear bottle is more serious than a wine in a dark bottle. He said that knowing the science behind it could change how he chooses bottles.

Mr. Oughterson said that the study was important for wine connoisseurs but that the average consumer wouldn't pick it up.

Wine should not be stored in clear bottles according to Dr. Mattivi. The Hans Christian Andersen folk tale of an emperor who couldn't see his clothes was brought up. The emperor was surrounded by men and was buying imaginary clothes to parade through town. A child said that he hadn't got anything on.

Dr. Mattivi said that wine in clear bottles is nude.