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Space case: why are 12 bottles of Bordeaux on the International Space Station?

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Space case: why are 12 bottles of Bordeaux on the International Space Station?

Space case: why are 12 bottles of Bordeaux on the International Space Station?

The complex process of winemaking, coupled with how the liquid ages in the bottle, make wine a fascinating case study in space.View on euronews


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