Subject: Can a Strong 2015 Vintage Change the Game for Bordeaux? - How the bacteria in your mouth can affect the way you taste wine - US Drinks More Pink, So Provence Is In The Black - Q&As about Saudi land purchases in the US -- MARCH 31, 2016 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2016-03-30 23:38:42
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Source: Nielsen Global Generational Lifestyles
Anti-alcohol advocates have ramped up their efforts to demonize all levels of alcohol consumption and, over the past decade, have plastered the media with numerous biased studies, many of them incomplete and poorly done.
Unbiased examinations of the health effects of moderate consumption still indicate that moderate consumers live longer, healthier lives.
If makers of alcoholic beverages continue to allow poor studies of consumption to dominate news reports, they will abandon a prized Millennial product consideration quality.
However, the beverage alcohol industry seems asleep at the wheel and incapable of acting.
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Tannic, no fruit, undrinkable when first opened. I re-corked, set it aside.
Two days later: balanced, nice fruit.
I expect extended breathing time for recent vintages of pricey wines.
But buyers of inexpensive ($7.98 Safeway 6/btl) wines expect them to be ready when opened. - Lew
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