There is a bit of a debate regarding the health benefits of white wine versus red wine. The main difference between the two is that in the production of white wine the skin is removed from the grapes before they are fermented. The skins are a part of the process in the production of red wine and it is believed that the skins themselves are what add the popular antioxidant and anti-bacterial properties we all crave.
White Wine and Your Heart
White wine alone doesn’t necessarily have a special property that can help you to prevent heart disease but it is an alcohol and there are properties in alcohol itself that can help. The compounds in alcohol help to raise your good cholesterol levels (HDL) while keeping your bad cholesterol levels (LDL) a little lower. Alcohol also has a blood-thinning effect which helps to prevent the buildup of plaque in your arteries. READ MORE »