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For people who prefer white wine but do not have much knowledge about its classification, the choice can be a difficult task and the result may not be the most satisfactory. White wine can be presented in various shades, from the driest to the sweetest....

Biogenic amines induce physiological effects that can be moderately severe and manifest as an allergic condition The presence of biogenic amines in fermented and cured foods is common. The physiological consequences can be counterproductive. The same occurs with organoleptic conditions, since an excess of these substances in foods...

Although the medical consensus does not recommend the consumption of any alcoholic beverage under any circumstances, there are scientific studies that show the health benefits of moderate consumption that some beverages can provide. This is the case of wine, for example, whose research on its effects on health has grown progressively over the last 20 years. Specifically, in 2019 a historical maximum was reached with more than 1,230 scientific articles published on wine and health.

As the must-have wine accessory of 2020, many people are asking if wine aerators actually work, or if they’re a passing fad.   The short answer: They work. Vineyards and sommeliers have been using wine aerating devices and gadgets at wine tastings since they arrived on the scene because they understand the basic science of wine aeration or decanting: to reach its ideal flavor and to meld the aromatic properties in a freshly opened bottle of wine, a wine needs to breathe.