• What You Should Know About Wine Consumption And How To Buy Wine

    Here in the United States, alcohol is very much something that has become hugely culturally important and relevant over the years. For a great many people, alcohol is a big part of life – and most everyone has tried some kind of an alcoholic beverage at least once or twice. As a matter of fact, more than 86% of the entire population that is of the legal drinking age has tried alcohol in some form at least once – and most of us more than once. After all, more than 70% of the total Millennial population consumes some type of alcohol – be it beer, liquor, or wine – on a regular basis and more than 60% (around 65%, to be just a bit more exact) of the Baby Boomer generation does the same.

    After all, there are so many ways that you can drink. Drinking casually is common, with people enjoying a nice glass of wine with dinner or even just after a long day at work (or a long day in general, for that matter). As a single serving of red wine is just five ounces, it is easy to consume it in a Continue Reading

  • Taking A Closer Look At Buying Wine Here In The United States

    If you like to drink wine, you’re not alone, especially not here in the United States. After all, nearly half of all adult women surveyed said that wine was their preferred alcoholic beverage, much more so than beer. And while wine is not quite as popular among the male population, it’s still readily enjoyed by many men over the age of 21 all throughout the country.

    Of course, a love for wine is certainly not just confined to the United States – not by a long shot. It was in the Middle East, after all, that wine was first discovered and made, now as many as 6000 years in the past. Since then, wine has spread to most parts of the globe, where different varieties and types are enjoyed by many different populations from one end of the earth to the next.

    After all, there are also many different varieties of wine out there that it might be hard to say that you simply don’t like any type of wine at all. Red wines, for instance, are quite common here in the United States, with up t Continue Reading