Definitions for "Fortification"
Fortification is the adding of alcohol to grape juice which is more or less fermented. Pineau de Charentes, Banyuls, Muscat de Beaumes de Venice and especially port are fortified wines. Discover our fortified wines.
the addition of an ingredient for the purpose of enrichment (as the addition of alcohol to wine or the addition of vitamins to food)
Introducing brandy into the fermenting must to stop the fermentation process. By raising the alcohol level, the yeast are killed, fermentation ends and any unfermented sugars remain in the wine. This is the way ports and several other fortified wines are produced.
The act of fortifying; the art or science of fortifying places in order to defend them against an enemy.
That which fortifies; especially, a work or works erected to defend a place against attack; a fortified place; a fortress; a fort; a castle.
1) Anything used in fortifying, a fort, defensive earth work, wall, etc.: 2) A fortified place or position.
an attractive strategy, especially when compared with medicinal supplementation, because the market system delivers the nutrient
Refers to the addition of nutrients to a food in order to supply extra nutrients to meet a need for a nutrient at risk in the population or to balance the nutrient profile of a food.
the addition of nutrients to foods to prevent or correct a nutritional deficiency, to balance the total nutrient profile of food, or to restore nutrients lost in processing.
Keywords:  joker, defences, ace, city, card
Any card from a 2 through to an Ace (but not a Joker) when placed as one of the 4 defences for a city.
The technical term for stripes of color in chalcedony.