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I have already gone through 18 bottles of this, in for another 12. Everyone that tries it loves it.
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This is an excellent buy for price. Iwill definately purchase.
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So my doctor said I should drink a glass (five ounces) of wine every night because it fights high cholesterol by increasing your good cholesterol. It also reduces risks or neurological disease such as Alzimer’s and dementia (I'm already demented, so I guess we can scratch that one off the list), as well as reduces your risk of certain cancers. I'm not making this up. In fact, up until yesterday, I couldn't stand wine. That fermented taste is way too much. So I went to the wine store and told the lady that, and asked her to help me pick a red wine that has low fermented taste. She suggested Atichi Gochi Pemontesi and said to serve it chilled. It's border line grape juice with a tiny hint of fermentation and a tiny hint of carbonation. Chilled it tastes great but at room temp, you definitely taste the fermentation. So my question is, is all wine like that, or just that particular type? In other words, does it have less of a fermented taste if it's chilled? If not, what would you recommend if I wanted a sweet wine with little fermentation taste. On a side note, it is recommended that guys have two glasses of wine a night. Lucky bastards.
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