White wine

White wine is a wine that is fermented without skin contact. The color can be straw-yellow, yellow-gold, or yellow-green. It is obtained by the alcoholic fermentation of the non-colored pulp of grapes, which can have a skin of any color.

White wine is known to enhance heart health and may prevent heart diseases. Yet, red wine comprise even more powerful antioxidants, which are known as resveratrol that protect your blood vessels and may prevent blood clots. White wine can certainly be a part of a healthy diet in moderation.

A sip of five ounces of wine every night has positite effect on mental health. Two to seven wine drinks a week reduces the development of depression. However, heavy drinking can lead to a higher risk of depression.

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Kir is a popular French cocktail made with a measure of crème de cassis topped up with white wine. In France it is usually drunk as an apéritif before a meal or snack. There are also many variations of the kir, the most notable being the kir royale, which uses Champagne or Prosecco. There are other versions that use cider or different liqueurs as well.