Kebble's company, Surepure, uses technology to purify liquids, including red and white wines, by reducing their sulphur content.Okay, so how do they explain headaches and other side effects from hangovers due to drinking other alcoholic beverages? I was under the impression that hangover was due to dehydration caused by the alcohol.
This is reportedly a worldwide first in the wine industry.
"We produce a machine that makes it possible for the winemaker not to add sulphur to the wine," he said.
Sulphur is added to "preserve" the wine by disabling potentially harmful microbes.
It is also responsible, among other things, for the headaches and other side effects associated with wine.