fortified

(forĀ“tĭ-fīd) containing nutrients that have been artificially added to foods that do not naturally contain them, such as milk fortified with vitamin D.
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fortified

[adj] - having something added to increase the strength
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Fortified

• (imp. & p. p.) of Fortify
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fortified

adjective having something added to increase the strength; `fortified wine`
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Fortified

A wine whose alcohol content has been increased by the addition of brandy or neutral spirits. The most common examples are Ports.
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fortified

A wine with higher alcohol content due to the addition of distilled spirits. (i.e. Port, Madeira, etc.)
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Fortified

Denotes a wine whose alcohol content has been increased by the addition of brandy or other neutral spirits.
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fortified

having something added to increase the strength
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Fortified

Name for an alcohol-enriched product made from partially fermented grape. Wine, a mixture of these two, grape must or a mixture of grape must and wine is obtained. To the Spriten may be more neutral alcohol from products of grapevine with at least 96% vol or different products of wine ( brandy. Tresterbrand etc.) with at least 52% vol and a maximum...
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Fortified

Port and sherry are the two most famous fortified wines. With Port, grapes are crushed and allowed to ferment a bit, and then spirit is added to produce a sweet, alcoholic wine. With sherry, fermentation is completed and then spirit is added.
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