Scientists have recently discovered that wine stored at 20 degrees Celsius produce a sky-colored could when opened. This phenomenon is known as adiabatic expansion causing the temperature of the gas to decrease and condensate to form a fog-like substance. Bottles at this temperature will cause the escaping gas to plummet to a mere negative 90 degrees Celsius. The CO2 transforms into dry ice which then reflects light creating a blue shade. Although the fog is not visible to the eye, the instance can be compared to the way the sky reflects the color blue.
Rory Ramsden is a French property finder and buyer's agent working for high net worth private clients wishing to buy a chateau, manor or vineyard in the south west of France. He has lived in France for 8 years after spending time travelling the world on business.
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