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  • The True Health Benefits Of Red Wine: Myth Vs. Reality

    often referred to as the "good" cholesterol, and reducing the risk of blood clot formation. Additionally, the polyphenols present in red wine may help improve endothelial function, which plays a role in regulating blood pressure. However, it's crucial...

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  • Valentine’s Prep: Which Wines Pair Well with Chocolate

    making you look like a master wine enthusiast. The Basics of Wine and Chocolate Because both wine and chocolate contain polyphenols, pairing wine and chocolate can have its challenges. Sometimes these heightened levels of different types of tannins, one...

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  • What Are Tannins, Anyway?

    What Do Tannins Do? Tannins are a type of bitter and astringent chemical compound that belongs to a larger group called polyphenols. They can be found in nature, namely in wood, bark, leaves, and fruit of plants as various as oak, rhubarb, tea, walnut,...

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