Do you ever wonder about the truth behind wine myths? There is a lot of gossip and confusion around this highly controversial topic, but we’re here to help clarify some misconceptions about your favorite alcoholic beverage. So if you still think some wine myths are true, keep reading to find out the real deal.
Here are some of the most common myths about wine that we plan to debunk for you today:
Do you have to wait an hour before drinking your bottle of red? False! There is no reason why it should take longer than ten minutes for a good glass of wine. If you’re still not convinced, pour yourself a tall drink and read the rest of this blog post.
Many people think that drinking red wine is supposed to be an all-day activity, but you can enjoy it in several ways! If you’re unsure how to get started with your vino adventure, we suggest going on Vivino and using our Wine Myths infographic, and following along for some helpful beginner tips.
Do wine corks cause headaches? False! This is another myth that has been around for decades, but it’s time to put this one in the past.
Many people claim they get a headache when drinking red wines with cork stoppers because they think there’s mold on them (which isn’t true). Instead, we recommend investing in a wine opener with foil, which is the best way to keep your wines sealed and prevent any headache-inducing bacteria from entering.
In conclusion, there are a lot of misconceptions around wine today, but hopefully, this blog post has cleared up some things for you.