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Match your wine to your personality WISH David Mirassou shares Mirassou's fun wine personality quiz that matches any personality to the perfect wine. It's an interesting way to help select wines for gift-giving and entertaining.
Last week, a story broke about The White Club, a group with $25k annual dues that staged lavish, wine-centric dinners around the world. We mentioned the fill-and-refill scam in Friday’s post about fake wine.
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New research links moderate wine consumption with a lower prevalence of chronic kidney disease (CKD); and, for those who already have CKD, the study indicates some wine consumption may be linked to a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
Studying wine is a lot less fun than drinking it, but some people feel guilty in their ignorance of its seemingly-infinite details. Thankfully, a lot of the things wine nerds obsess about don't really matter to normals. Here, five fewer things to worry about when you pull your next cork.
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