Debris in Frozen Wine
Most recent answer: 04/09/2018
- Natalie Simas (age 40)
My guess is that those are mostly sugar, but with enough other impurities to disrupt the formation of nicely shaped crystals. As the liquid froze the sugar, excluded from the ice, became concentrated and started to crystalize. My guess is that they might dissolve again if given long enough, unless some strong cross-links formed between molecules.
Perhaps we should suggest to avoid this problem by choosing a drier wine.
(published on 04/09/2018)