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I would stick to real, non diet wines for the full benefits. Red has more antioxidants than white as well. It's really hard to define 'good' wine because everyone has such different tastes. I would just experiment, buy a couple reasonably priced ones and see what you like best. Once you know the qualities/varietals/regions you seem to prefer shopping for wine becomes easier.
I have never tried SkinnyGirl, but I like any brand of pinot noir which is only 115 calories for the same serving size, so if others are saying its not very good I would just go with a regular wine. Dry red wines are what you need for the health benefits, so that is cabernet, pinot noir, shiraz, and merlot.
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386 2/26/13 4:30 P
When I drink, I do choose wine. But I don't like Skinny Girl at all. When you have had some of the best of the best, (my dad is a wine connoiseur) the lower calorie stuff just doesn't hold a candle to the good stuff. I have no problem spending $15 or more on a good bottle of wine.
I haven't tried hers but they said it's a success and it's only 100 calories.... What is a good wine (they say you should have red wine just a little everyday) so what is a good kind?
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109 2/25/13 11:59 P
I haven't tried her wine, but I've tried her other products (sangria, margarita, cosmo) and I was pretty disappointed with all of them. If you decide to get a different brand, just stay away from the sweeter reds.
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Oh, I'd like that info too. I didn't know that there was a skinny girl wine.
I'm thinking of drinking a little bit of wine everyday as I'm hearing more and more that red wine is good for you and that the skinny girl is only 100 calories, just wondering how it is... Also what is good Cabarnet? or Merlot? Thanks
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