Antioxidants

    5 Dry Portuguese Wines That Will Knock Your Socks Off

    Finding a truly amazing wine at a price in the sub-$12 realm is actually pretty rare… you could say it’s mythic. When you come across one of these mythic wines you may have experienced an overwhelming sensation of irrational glee and desperation as you buy up as much of the wine as you can. 5 Dry Portuguese Wines That Will Knock Your Socks Off This brings us to the topic of P ...

    8 readers - By Madeline Puckette/ Wine Folly

    Youthful Wine May Be Better Than Aged Wine

    Youthful red wines may be better for you than older vintage red wines. New research reveals that 90% of several antioxidants in red wines are lost as wines age. We’ve raved about antioxidants in wine because of their potential health benefits. However, we may be drinking wines too old. Are Young Wines Actually Better Than Old Wines? Several recent studies on anthocyanin (a po ...

    3 readers - By Madeline Puckette/ Wine Folly

      The Surprising Potential of Non-Alcoholic Wine

      Wine Folly - - 3 readers - Crazy Potential For Non-Alcoholic Wine? The future may be bright for low alcohol and non-alcoholic wines. Researchers in France found that artificially lowering the alcohol level of a Cabernet Sauvignon (from 12% ABV to 6% ABV) didn’t remove any of the antioxidants beneficial for cardiovascular health.

      Drinkhacker Reads – 10.01.2014 – Quick Links Edition

      Drinkhacker.com - - 2 readers - Drinkhacker Reads – 10.01.2014 – Quick Links Edition Many stories to pull from today! Let’s get right to it: A class action lawsuit against Templeton Rye has been given a green light to proceed. [USA Today] Spirits Business reports UK craft distilling is predicted to double in 2014. [Spirits Business] New statistics show that the top 10% of American drinkers consume more ...

      Drink Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

      WineChixs.com - - 2 readers - As a breast cancer survivor myself, I applaud anything any company does to assist the effort to eradicate the dreadful disease. Today’s spotlight showcases Sparkling Ice. Throughout the year, Sparkling ICE donates a minimum of $25,000 to research facilities nationwide to help find a cure, in addition to aiding local affiliates and communities with more than $100,000 in donations annually.

      7 Health Benefits of Drinking Red Wine

      Cuvée Corner Wine Blog - - 1 readers - "Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right" ~ Mark Twain Many folks who find themselves for one reason or another firmly ensconced in the "No booze for Me" camp may also be surprised to find that potentially intoxicating liquids like wines and even more so distilled spirits do have their benefits as well.

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      Wine In Your Bathwater? What’s Behind the Vinotherapy Craze

      … for the regulation of cell growth and division, and is also important in the creating of white blood cells for treating infections. In the spa, it is known treat fine lines, wrinkles, age spots, and rough skin. Vitamin B (lots of them): B vitamins help in carbohydrate and fat metabolism, and also help protect against illness and premature aging. In the spa…

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      7 Health Benefits of Drinking Red Wine

      … at the Yale School of Medicine proved connection between drinking red wine [sorry white wine fans] and improvements in cardiovascular health, because of its polyphenol [high in antioxidants] content. 2· Slows aging process: Grapes are rich in an anti-aging wonder chemical known as resveratrol prevents damage to and repairs cells and blood vessels. It also…

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      The Surprising Potential of Non-Alcoholic Wine

      … Crazy Potential For Non-Alcoholic Wine? The future may be bright for low alcohol and non-alcoholic wines. Researchers in France found that artificially lowering the alcohol level of a Cabernet Sauvignon (from 12% ABV to 6% ABV) didn’t remove any of the antioxidants beneficial for cardiovascular health. The study concluded by suggesting that low…

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      5 Dry Portuguese Wines That Will Knock Your Socks Off

      … and tasting a lot like grapefruit pith. However, when they are oaked they become ethereal. The richness that oxidation and oak adds, contrasted with the obscene acidity, lemon, and honeycomb flavors, is incredible. Perhaps I’m a oak nut, but I sat in a room with 45 other wine professionals who all oggled at the one oak-aged Arinto that was served in a lineup…

      8 readers - By Madeline Puckette/ Wine Folly

      Drink Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

      … mountain spring water, fruit juice, vitamins and antioxidants, Sparkling ICE offers a bold flavored, lightly-carbonated beverage that appeals to all age groups. As part of the Sparkling ICE mission to “Imagine a World Without Breast Cancer,” a Pink Ribbon is proudly displayed all year long on the Pink Grapefruit flavor bottles of the bold, sparkling…

      2 readers - By Linda Kissam/ WineChixs.com

      Youthful Wine May Be Better Than Aged Wine

      … Are Created Equal Ellagic acid and flavonoid antioxidant content of muscadine wine and juice Antioxidants: Beyond the Hype Cocoa has more phenolic phytochemicals and a higher antioxidant capacity than teas and red wine Anthocyanins and their variation in red wines I. Monomeric anthocyanins and their color expression LIKE WINE FOLLY TO GET OUR TOP…

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      Drinkhacker Reads – 10.01.2014 – Quick Links Edition

      …% of American drinkers consume more than 50% of the alcohol Americans drink annually. You’re welcome? [24/7 Wall Street] Alcohol makes men smile more, and with good reason: because they’re drinking alcohol. [Daily Mail] Researchers at UCLA believe antioxidants found in wine could lead to a new treatment for acne. [Westside Today] Following a trend…

      2 readers - By Rob Theakston/ Drinkhacker.com

      Wines Like It Cool, Dark and Moist

      … fluctuations of a home closet. Over the course of 2 years, he compared the wines chemical structure and taste. “your bedroom closet is no place for wine.” After the testing was all done, Mattivis concluded that the ‘closet wines’ were no good. They lost antioxidants and color at a rate that was 4 times faster than the cellar wines. Additionally, there…

      5 readers - By Madeline Puckette/ Wine Folly

      The Wines Of Uruguay (Part 2)

      … of Tannat vineyards though the grape has spread across the world, from Australia to South Africa. In the U.S., Tannat can be found in California, Maryland and Virginia, and in South America, Tannat is also found in Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Brazil. It is believed that Tannat may have originated around the 13th century, planted in the town…

      5 readers - By Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie

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