Wine holds the record of a happy memory drink. Most of the people include it in their list when it comes to preparing for a special occasion. But aside from the good taste and aroma of every bottle of bubbly, it has good effects on our bodies too. Of the famous health benefits of wine, the red one always bags the record. That includes the decrease of health risks like cancer, heart diseases, high cholesterol levels, and blood clots. Red wine even has anti-inflammatory factors! So, you wonder, is there any benefit from drinking the delicious white wine? Of course!
Most of the health benefits of red can also be found in the white. White wine also contains flavonoids, the one that has the antioxidant properties that reduces the risk of cancer. But have you heard that white wine has higher antioxidant capacity as comapred to red wine? This precious drink can also prevent the aging of the heart. Studies also show that white wine can help weight loss, you may have heard that champagne has lower calories than red wine or even beer, right? This same bubbly can also amazingly prevent brain disorders. That includes Alzheimer's and dementia. It even can help memory because of a certain black grape that has phenolic acid. Knowing that even drinking this alcoholic substance has advantages, be reminded that the studies are conducted under moderate consumption. So, go ahead and indulge yourself in that one to two glasses a day, no harm done!
White wine is classified into four: Riesling, Gewürztraminer, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon blanc. Riesling pair well with fish, chicken, or pork. From German grapes, they're usually slightly sweet and they smell like apples. Gewürztraminer are ideal with Asian food and grilled food. Their grapes can also be found in Germany, USA West Coast, and New York. It has fruity flavors, but has a mix of floral and fruity smell. Chardonnay must be probably the most common of all the white wines, it's good with either fish or chicken. It's from Burgundy, France; with citrus flavors. The last of the whites is Sauvignon blanc, the one typical from either New Zealand and Australia. It usually tastes good with seafood, salad, and poultry. With a flavor of a little bit earthy to fruity—bell pepper and freshly mown grass to green fruits like apples and pear.