Use of grape juice?
For drinking, or for fermenting and making wine.
There are two types of grape juice, fermented and non-fermented. Fermented grape juice is more commonly called wine. Wine dates back to past 5000 BC in ancient Iran. Until the 19th century grape juice was always fermented. In 1869, John Bramwell Welch discovered a way to pasteurize grape juice and keep it from fermenting. This is the non-alcoholic beverage that is now called grape juice.
If you added alcohol to your drink, throw it away in the sink and buy a new grape juice there is no alcohol in grape juice, for grape juice to have alcohol it must be added to the juice or the juice must be fermented (turning it into wine.) if you want to remove alcohol from wine or a grape juice cocktail you need to heat it up to a boil, burn it, or leave…