Imagine, having to tell someone that the answer to the question is yes? It must be terrifying when faced with a Bridget Jones type of patient in front of you! However I am willing to bet that you’ve noticed that after just one glass of wine you experience breathing problems, awful nasal congestion, swelling of the lips or mouth, or even vomiting then the answer is probably yes. Sadly.
We simply cannot miss an opportunity to give you a little bit of assistance with that pesky wine allergy issue. After all, more than 2.5 million Britons are suffering, potentially unnecessarily, just like you.
We've been writing for a while now about natural wines that are made with no added sulphites and wine intolerances as well as the different effects that they have on people. Despite people learning more about their bodies and the increased demand, these wines are still made in tiny quantities. We all want to know more about the differences between 'no sulphites added', natural and conventional wines. Have a look at our guide and its 4 quick snippets about low sulphite wines to learn some basics.
We continue spreading the word about the role of sulphites in wine. It is time for discuss misconceptions, so here you have it - 6 Myths of Natural wines with no added sulphites.
So what are these myths about sulphites in wine? These are the top 6 questions I have been asked by my customers who have been mislead by the huge array of inaccurate information available.
Health, just like wine, is a very important topic that we really should cover here. We all know some scary facts about calories in wine and how many units are in a glass or bottle of wine. This time we focus on wine intolerances that are connected with sulphites: allergies, breathing difficulties and foods that trigger those symptoms connected to sulphites.
Sulphite Free Wines – What the deuce?
So after recently venturing into a new entrepreneurial period in my life, I’ve decided to try and work with wine. After discovering the joy of organic wines, I discovered the intriguing world of wines with no added sulphites.