A lot has been made of the red wine's benefits for your heart, but champagne (which is predominantly made from red grapes, of course) is just as healthy.  One study found that the sparkling wine contained high levels of polyphenols – antioxidants found in red grapes but less intensely in white – that can lower blood pressure and prevent heart problems.

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As anyone who has enjoyed an overdrawn wedding pre-reception knows, it doesn't take long for champagne to go to one's head. That's not always a good thing, but it does make it the perfect cocktail party tipple, quickly difusing awkwardness and lifting the mood.

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Champagne detoxifies the skin with antioxidants and lightening tartaric acid helps even out the skin tone,” says dermatologist Marina Peredo. “For those with oily skin, its antibacterial properties aid in leaving last year’s breakouts behind.” 

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Why Historians Buy Sparkling Wine
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Wine has an incredibly rich history, and none is more interesting than sparkling wine. Often confused for champagne, which is actually the name of a particular style of sparkling... Read More

How Sparkling Wine is Made
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There are three methods that may be used to make sparkling wine. These methods are: the Transfer Method, Charmat Bulk process and Methode Champenoise. Methode Champenoise is the most... Read More

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