In a clear Chardonnay, you can see forever

Published May 11, 2020

Have you been fretting about your white wine turning cloudy? Of course you have. Fear not: Researchers at the University of South Australia have found a way to use magnetic nanotechnology to clear your glass.
The new technology uses magnetic nanoparticles coated with acrylic acid polymers which, when placed in heat-unstable wine, attract and bind proteins to the nanoparticles’ surfaces. The particles are then drawn from the wine using a magnet, leaving behind a clarified product devoid of haze.

Perish the thought you might have to drink the one on the left.