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February 18, 2021


When you take a sip of a dry red wine, that sensational 'mouth-feel' comes from the grape’s naturally occurring tannic acid.

In the wine-making process, the grape juices are in contact with the tannin-rich grape skins for a longer period of time.

This is called “maceration” and the length of this process determines the tannic acid content in wine.

Tannins are loaded with health-promoting antioxidants, and they may even boost the health of your immune and cardiovascular systems.

Watch the video below to learn about recent studies on tannins and antiviral responses in the body. 

Hit the link Watch on YouTube below:

On the Vineyard Video:

Winemaker Jimmy Jacobsen talks on enzymes, tannic acid, and Covid-19 virus.

Read the original Web Article on thedrinksbusiness.com


Stay safe out there and pour youself a glass for some good luck and possibly for your better health! Who knows...

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