How and For How Long to Keep Opened Wine
Ever wondered if it’s worth opening a bottle of wine if you’re only in the mood for a glass?
It is – if you know how to properly store it.
Bottles of wine don’t have to be tossed after opening, contrary to popular belief. Instead, if you follow a few simple rules, you can get your wine to keep for several days or even weeks. The trick is knowing where, how and for how long to store each type.
Rosé is probably the most misunderstood wines on the market.
Often looked down upon and viewed as too sweet and not serious, many drinkers are missing out on this fantastic style.
Years ago, cloying, sweet, rosé was popular. We don’t know why. What we do know is that there is a world of rosé waiting to be explored and once you get past the myths and start to understand what rosé is and how to choose and pair one to your liking you’ll fall just as in love with it as we have.
Israeli University Study’s Preliminary Results Indicate Moderate Consumption of Red Wine Beneficial to Type 2 Diabetes Sufferers
Doctors in Israel are exploring whether or not red wine can protect the heart health of patients with Type 2 Diabetes. The study looked at participants with the condition who drank a small glass of red wine, white wine, or mineral water with dinner and found those drinking red wine had healthy hearts.
What is Type 2 Diabetes?
The most common type of diabetes, Type 2 means the body does not use insulin properly. It is sometimes referred to as “insulin resistance”. It is caused by genetic disposition, lifestyle or a combination of both. Sufferers of Type 2 Diabetes are susceptible to significant heart issues. But a glass or two of red each day could help.