– Lussory Premium Merlot Non-Alcoholic Red Wine 750 mL – $23.00
– Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon Wine 750ML 2 PACK Alcohol Removed Dealcoholized 25.4 oz Red Oak Aged – $28.99
– Princess Alternativa Rosso Dry Non-Alcoholic Red Wine 750ml – $23.99
– Red Wine Sampler – 5 Non-Alcoholic Wines 750ml Each – Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon, Cardio Zero Red, Rosso Dry, and Tautila Tinto – $99.99
– Carl Jung 1 Non Alcoholic Wine Red, 750 Milliliters – $76.14
– Blutul Red Wine (Non Alcoholic) – $28.90
– Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon Non-alcoholic Wine 6 Pack -$69.96
– Tautila Tinto Non-Alcoholic Red Wine 750ml (2 Bottles) – $45.00
– Red/White Wine Sampler -Six (6) Non-Alcoholic Wines 750ml Each – Featuring Ariel Cabernet Sauvignon, Ariel Chardonnay, Tautila Tinto, Tautila Blanco. – $124.00
Health Benefits of Wine
Whether the wine is good or bad for health is still a debatable issue. However, studies have shown that consuming a moderate amount of red wine, which has an alcohol content of 12% -15% on a daily basis helps to prevent a number of diseases including heart disease.
1. Rich in antioxidants.
2. Lowers bad cholesterol.
3. Keeps heart healthy.
4. Regulates blood sugar.
5. Reduces the risk of cancer.
6. Helps treat common cold.
7. Keeps memory sharp.
8. Keeps you slim.
Some facts by James Waldorf:
Wine is drunk the world over, and it has been drunk by various civilizations for much longer than you probably imagine. People commonly attribute the reach of wine over the world to the Romans, and it seems logical, since they conquered half of the world and exported their cultural refinements with them. However, the oldest winery known to exist was discovered in a cave in Armenia around 4100 BC, and the remains of fermented fruit and rice in China was uncovered almost 3000 years before the Armenian discovery, back in 7000 BC, making it the Oldest Drink in the world.
If you want to know more about wines and pairings with your food, you can check out this amazing book by James Waldorf “WINE, Become A Wine Connoisseur, Learn The World Of Wine Tasting, Paring and Selecting”.