Health Benefits From Winemaking Waste

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Published on March 16, 2016

Author: winestoreknoxville

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1. Health Benefits From Winemaking Waste As a wine store, we understand and are happy to explain the many benefits each glass of wine has for you. However, it’s not every day we hear studies suggesting health benefits from winemaking waste. We’re sure other wine stores are just as happy to share this news as we are!

2. Winemaking Grapes are mainly used in winemaking, and about 30% of it ends up as pomace. Pomace is the by-product of processed grape, which consists of skins, seeds, and stems – parts not used in making the final product.

3. Health Benefits Pomace, though seems like a disposal problem for wineries, is actually a rich source of polyphenols, which has potential as an ingredient of healthy, functional, and innovative products in nutraceutical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic fields. The bioactive compounds are only partially extracted during the winemaking process. Anti- inflammatory and anti-microbial grape phenols show protective effects against chronic diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegeneration.

4. Further analysis showed the best extracts having antioxidant and cholesterol- lowering biological activities. As your local wine store, we feel it is our duty to let you know that drinking a glass or two also has its own health benefits. It can reduce the risk of getting a heart attack, diabetes, stroke, and it also slows down brain decline! Pick up a bottle at your local wine store in Knoxville today! Source: New biotechnology

5. Cheers- Campbell Station Wine & Spirits, Always of Good Cheer! Your Friendly Farragut wine and liquor store ! Conveniently located on the West End of Turkey Creek in Farragut. It is our pleasure to assist in picking the perfect wine or liquor for your enjoyment. Visit us today and check out our full inventory that includes popular, premium, and even extremely rare wines and spirits. Don't forget we also sell beer, mixers and other wine accessories. Visit our website www.campbellstationwine.com or call 865.966.7122

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