The key to unraveling the mystery is about to be found.
According to the British media Telegraph, research is underway at Oxford University in the United Kingdom to prove the hypothesis that the taste of wine can be changed by "atmosphere" -light and sound.
According to research conducted in the past, it is difficult to distinguish whether champagne poured into a black glass is cheap or high-class champagne, and people associate it with "maturity" and "sweetness". It has been discovered that the “red things” that make people appetite.
And just the other day, a new experiment was conducted with the help of wine maker Roberto Vicente. In a colored room, you drink wine (the subject doesn't know what it is) poured into a black opaque glass and evaluate its taste. We also examined how the taste of wine changes when the color of the room is changed.
Vicente, who participated in the experiment himself, had an amazing experience. In the white light he was able to discern his wine. When it turned red, the taste of the wine was ripe and sweet, and the bitterness seemed to disappear. Furthermore, when the light turned green, the taste of wine changed to something completely strange.
Men who want to persuade girls while enjoying wine. Having indirect red lighting in the room will sweeten the taste of the wine and may immerse you in a sweeter atmosphere.