15 Health Benefits of Wine, According to Science.

Benefits of Wine. We reproduce here part of the article recently published by: https://www.jenreviews.com/wine/

Which we consider of great interest.

15 Health Benefits of Wine, According to Science. In times of celebration, a wine toast may be just one of the most awaited part by many.

The bubbly wine is usually used to commemorate joyous occasions in one’s life as it symbolizes royalty and reflects love. But aside from taking part in celebrations, wines come with a host of important benefits.

The wine has undergone intensive studies over the years and it has been proven to be an effective elixir. Who says a man needs a fountain of youth to live a long life? Pour yourself a glass of wine from the wine cooler and bottle up some knowledge to find out the surprising benefits.

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Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity

Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity. Since 1978, Bodegas Mauro has been characterized for producing quality red wines with a vocation for aging and limited production.

Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity

Balanced wines, opulent and sensual, that vindicate the identity of the terroir, the characteristics of the varieties and personality of the producer.
Within the Spanish wine scene, this winery produces modern wines, but with roots. Attached to tradition and with signs of their own identity that make them recognizable.

A restored 17th century mansion, a great example of popular architecture. With an underground cellar, it houses the aging and bottling ships of this winery since 1980.

As a counterpoint, since 2004 the elaboration takes place in a modern and functional building in Tudela de Duero. Continue reading Bodegas Mauro, wines from the land with their own identity

The wine of Ximénez Spínola of Pedro Ximénez grape

The wine of Ximénez Spínola of Pedro Ximénez grape. Is a wine whose origin is situated in Jerez (south of Spain) one of the most important regions of the world in wine production.

The area has a very warm climate, unique in Europe, and ideal for producing the grape Pedro Ximénez .

This grape (Pedro Ximenez), brought in the time of the Emperor Charles I of the Rhine on the Rhine in 1519, settled in Jerez where it has become a world reference, and whose characteristics far from the primitive grapes “Riesling”, ” Weissable “and” Elbling “that gave rise to this grape.

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What is a horizontal tasting and a vertical tasting. Procedure and differences.

What is a horizontal tasting and a vertical tasting. Procedure and differences. Many times we hear about a vertical tasting, but we really know what it is about.
The tastings bring us many things besides the characteristics of a wine and its origins.
Also give us characteristics of the soil where they were made, or the effects of the climate where they have been grown.
The most common tastings are vertical and horizontal. Let’s see what it is and what differences exist between a vertical tasting and a horizontal tasting

 

 

 

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The Malbec grape history and characteristics

The Malbec grape history and characteristics. It has its history and its origin in Bordeaux, although today speak of Malbec is to talk about Argentina. It is also known as Malbec, Côt or Axerrois.

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Wine and the relationship with celiac

Wine and the relationship with celiac . What a relationship wine and celiac have. Fortunately none.

It must be said that the celiac disease, which is so widespread today, has always existed, what happened was that it was not known, and its effects were imputed to a multitude of things.

Celiacs are people who do not tolerate gluten from food, and therefore should exercise extreme care in the food they take.

Gluten is mainly in wheat seeds, so everything that is made with wheat flour is prohibited for these people.

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Technology 4.0 in the vineyard

Technology 4.0 in the vineyard. The ‘4.0’ world, in which everything that surrounds us is increasingly connected, is advancing decisively in many areas. It is an already consolidated reality in the wine industry, which is taking its steps through what is known as ‘Industry 4.0’.
Within this trend towards digitization and connectivity of the physical world, technology can also help the world of wine.
In this sense, DO Rueda has launched an app. It allows to know the status of each vineyard with a single click among its vine growers and winemakers.

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Teeling Whiskey Distillery a current tradition

Teeling Whiskey Distillery a current tradition. Talking about this distillery in the heart of Dublin is talking about sensations, smells, whiskey lovers, and much more.
A few kilometers from Dublin airport and almost in the center of the same city, this complex welcomes in its facilities, a variety of activities such as leisure facilities, business center services, as well as visits to the distillery’s own facilities.
It is par excellence, a must in Dublin for whiskey lovers.

 

 

 

 

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ANAYÓN CHARDONNAY, Best Crianza White in Spain

ANAYÓN CHARDONNAY, Best Crianza White in Spain. The 36 Gourmet Wine Guide Awards have just been published in the category “Best White Aged” ANAYÓN CHARDONNAY has been awarded.
They are the users of the Gourmets Wine Guide, one of the most recognized and prestigious of the Spanish Guides with international repercussion. And one of the best and most complete manuals on the wines of Spain who have chosen, for yet another year, the most prominent representatives of the national wine sector, among which this white wine from Grandes Vinos stands out.

Anayon Chardonnay
Anayon Chardonnay

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Artisan cheeses coming of age. Part 1

Artisan cheeses coming of age. Spain has always been a land of cattle farmers, and where there have been goats, cheese has been worked as a way to take advantage of sheep’s milk.

From the Middle Ages to the present day it has been preserved as a traditional element that appears in numerous fiction books as part of the meals of its protagonists, as well as in kitchen manuals.

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