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Answered: Red wine removal

Hydrogen peroxide will bleach it.

Answered: Is red wine good for your health?

Red wine is a particularly rich source of antioxidants flavonoid phenolics. Many studies to uncover a cause for red wine's effects have focused on its phenolic constituents, particularly resveratrol and the flavonoids. Resveratrol, found in grape skins and seeds, increases HDL cholesterol and ...

Answered: Is it only cheap red wine that gives you a headache?

If you have a sensitivity to red wine, then no. ANY red wine will affect you. I speak from experience. In my younger years, I once overindulged on red wine. (I was never so sick in my life.) It's now more than 30 years later and I STILL cannot drink ANY red wine, no matter how high the quality. I ...

Answered: Health Benefits of Red Wine

Red wine is a particularly rich source of antioxidants flavonoid phenolics. Many studies to uncover a cause for red wine's effects have focused on its phenolic constituents, particularly resveratrol and the flavonoids. Resveratrol, found in grape skins and seeds, increases HDL cholesterol and ...

Answered: The toothache is going to kill me

go to dentist to get solution

Answered: Keeping red wine

There are a number of things you can do in order to store opened red wine. By properly storing it, you can continue to enjoy the wine for up to a week or two. Here are some tips for storing your opened red wine and enjoying it slowly over a few days or more: http://www.allaboutredwine.com ...
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Which red wine today would resemble what the ancient romans drank

How's that screw top smell, Bubba? Uncle Frank

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How do I know if a year has been good when I need to pick a wine? I'm a

Hi A great resource that I use are the wine spectator vintage charts. They do the research for you so you can know which years were better than others. Here is the link: http://www.winespectator.com/vintagecharts/search

Choosing a red wine to cook with when you dont drink

Cabernet is one of the 'heaviest' red wines...maybe a chianti, or a bugundy from California..