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How many grams of sugar do you need to make 1% alcohol

Roughly 17g/l of sugar is needed to produce one degree of alcohol.

So, if a grape is picked at 204g/l of sugar, it will produce a wine that has a potential alcohol of 12% (17 x 12 = 204).

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