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Wine is a fermented grape product, commonly ingested as a source of alcohol, that is seen as healthier due to its high stilbene and resveratrol content. There are a variety of other antioxidants in wine that can benefit health.

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Summary of Wine

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Wine is a fermented and usually alcoholic beverage made from grapes. It tends to come in two forms, red or white, in which the different processing can yield different levels of colors found in the grape skin (which include resveratrol, anthocyanins, and other bioactives). Red wine tends to be seen as more beneficial due to higher levels of micronutrients.

Most benefit with red wine, epidemiologically, is seen with 300mL of red wine daily, plotted on a J-curve.[1] This is due to a combination of all factors in red wine.

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Frequently Asked Questions and Articles on Wine

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Things to Note

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Also Known As

Red Wine, White Wine

Do Not Confuse With

Alcohol, Resveratrol

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