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Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.

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