Red wine or white wine?
There is a variety of wine that folks can enjoy. Yet most seem to draw their attention towards Red or White wine.
I like a sweeter white but I believe the red is better for you with more antioxidants although they both are good in moderation.
White - better taste and less chance of headache for me anyway. Grape juice will give you all the antioxidants needed so you can skip the red wine if you are only after that benefit.
With age I have come to prefer a good red wine. Fortunately we can now get these even in China
So what is the quuestion? Sticking a question mark at the end of a statement does not make a question.
It was actually the first time I asked a question around here. I was not sure what to type in, so out came that strange sentence. My apologies if I seemed very daft.
Kita13 - Don't mind Mick - you put the "Or" in there and we all knew what you meant. Some folks are just mean spirited.
Red wine is divine. My own preference is for pinot noir.
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