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A very scientific experiment to test how much carbon dioxide cheap white wine can absorb. Basically turbo-champagne for technical people.
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Tough decision - do I get another bottle of wine and re-do the video (tempting, mainly because - more wine). Or do I just accept fate and release it as is.....
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Is time for some alcoholic science you see in the past. I have taken a a soda stream and i've put in inappropriate liquids like white wine and turned into blue collar trash champagne but i was taken by surprise at the sheer amount of carbon dioxide it seemed to dissolve into it and so i thought it'd be good to do an experiment. So i filled this bottle with water. It's not currently filled with water it's currently filled with wine shin and blue wine.

But i filled it with water up to 500 milliliters. Which was 583. Grams. Uh given the weight of the plastic bottle and the 500 grams of water and after carbonation up to the point this pressure release gave three fart noises.

It had added three grams of carb dioxide into the water. Which is six grams per liter. Now. I have my shin and brown.

And i have put it into this bottle. I've weighed it so it's the exact same quantity and now i'm going to put it into the soda stream and i am going to carbonate the wine and we'll see how much weight goes into it in carbon dioxide are you ready let's go see by this time the water would have finished carbonating. The wine has not finished carbonating and it's still not finished carbonating this is a lot of carbon dioxide just going into this wine. I should mention that sodastream doesn't normally recommend the carbonation of anything other than water in case.

It clogs up the safety valve and explodes. I feel i should mention that and it's still it's that's the first vent second vents third vent okay so i'm gonna release the pressure now. Which is going to possibly take a while it depends it forms up or not and this would be a really good time to go down into the comments and make a guess at how much carbon dioxide this is absorbed in grams it's a lot i know that it really does have a potent effect on me. When i drink it the pressure has almost released the experiment is almost complete and then i get to drink it.

Which is a bad thing. Because it will give me terrible sleep after this. It's ready here we go so it was 583. Grams.

Before we started the weight is now have you made your guess 589 grams 589. Which means it's taken twice as much carb dioxide as water um which is about 12 grams per liter of carbon dioxide and that means it's extremely oh you can hear it super fizzy so fizzy that it just comes straight out as soon as it goes into the glass. And you can't drink it straight from the bottle or it just explodes in your mouth. It's super fizzy.

It's better than champagne. Quite frankly. But don't tell the french that that is so good but so much carbon dioxide that can be good for you but who cares it has a potent effect so the answer is that wine can absorb twice as much carbon dioxide as just chilled water this was chilled wine by the way chewed water chilled wine sodastream supercarbon dioxide carbonation.

15 thoughts on “How much co2 can cheap wine absorb?”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kareem A. Tawab says:

    I love that new RGB matrix in the back

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars chadoftoons says:


  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Ben B says:

    I feel this homemade sparkling wine should be named Shampagne.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Carl Brenninkmeijer says:

    A science teacher….Good experiment… Also tell those youngsters to not drink too much…

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joe Farr says:

    Clive solves global warming… and keeps the planet full of very happy people.

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andrew says:

    Come on girls, if you're a massive orgasm in your life this Man is the antidote./

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars The Anthony Markley 260 says:

    Great to see you, Clive! Thanks for sharing!

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Joe Gee says:

    I just use a CO2 tank that you can get for beer kegs and bought a fitting for a liter (litre) plastic bottle and a regulator. Works great.

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Hungry Horse says:

    Nothing worse than having it unexpectedly exploding in your mouth.

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars SeanBZA says:

    So you made Sham-pagne…..

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Peter Fletcher says:

    I think it's the sugars in the wine that absorb the CO2.
    Try sugary water?

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jochen Stacker says:

    Loving the ZZ Top look.

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Lantern_Light says:

    Why would.. co2 be bad for you? Your just gonna burp it out.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars michael shampine says:

    that's a really bad hat Clive!

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Curtis Hoffmann says:

    BigClive – I want to send a "device" to you to disassemble. Can I, and where to?

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