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    In 1991 the television program 60 Minutes speculated that French people’s consumption of red wine may be responsible for their low incidence of cardiac disease. Americans jumped on the bandwagon; red wine consumption in the United States rapidly increased 44%.

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    Vinho do Porto: The most famous alcoholic beverage of Portugal. A fortified wine that is made from the grapes of the Douro region. Its taste is sweet, usually drank as an digestif or dessert wine and can be red, white or tawny.

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    Wine tasting has become a very popular hobby over the years. Wine isn't simply a drink for rich, snobby people. Now, all kinds of different people enjoy this beverage. If you have an interest in wines, read the tips below to get you started on your wine journey. The tips presented here should help both novices and experienced wine tasters.

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