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Red Wine vs. White Wine: Is One Better Than The Other?

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Red Wine vs. White Wine: Is One Better Than The Other?

What are the real differences between red wine and white wine? Is one healthier than the other? Do they contain the same amount of calories?

There are lots of questions when it comes to wine. Luckily, you'll find many answers in this nifty infographic from Remedy Liquor

This visual guide offers a breakdown of the production process, reported health benefits and tips for drinking wine in moderation. Below are some cool facts and if you are a serious wine lover don't miss these tips for pairing wines.

What determines the color of wine?

Red wine is fermented with the skin on which results in a deep colored wine. White wine, on the other hand, is fermented without the skins and can be made from either red or white grapes.

Pros of Red Wine

Red wine is associated with cardiovascular health but may also ward off joint pain and diabetes thanks to the plant compounds found in grape skin.

Pros of White Wine

White wine may also lower the risk of heart attack and stroke. A fun bonus? It is often lower in calories than red wine.

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via Remedy Liquor

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