In 1964 Peter Margaritoff founded the company "Hanseatische Wein- und Sekt-Kontor", which was then continued by his son Alexander Margaritoff from 1981 onwards (at that time the turnover was 10 million DM). Subsequently, many companies from the wine & spirits industry were either taken over to a larger extent or joint ventures were entered into (see complete list below). Some of these are still managed by the previous owners, but work closely...
Which spice, whose aromatic substances can also be contained in wine, contains the substance piperine?
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Correct answer is: Pepper
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Name for the black pepper plant and the spice obtained from it. Depending on the time of harvest and further treatment, the peppercorns have different colourings. Red pepper consists of completely ripe, unpeeled fruits. White pepper is fully ripe pepper that has been freed from the husk (the hottest). Green pepper is made from unripe, early-harvested fruit dried at high temperatures or soaked in salt water, which is why it retains its colour. Black pepper is also made from unripe fruit, but is dried naturally (very aromatic). Pepper is often confused with paprika because the latter is also called pepperoni. Adding to the confusion is the fact that the English "pepper" means...