Wine / Champagne
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A Dinner is not complete without a great bottle of Wine. Whether you are looking for a cold bottle of white wine to have with Monday dinner or an elegant bottle of red to give as a gift, come see our extensive wine section.

Did you know?

  • Wine linked with lower lung cancer risk
  • Moderate Drinking May Cut Women's Risk of Diabetes
  • Red Wine May Keep Prostate Cancer Cells in Check
  • Light Drinking May Help Keep Leg Arteries Clear
  • Alcohol May Benefit Heart Attack Patients
  • Moderate Drinking Helps Preserve Women’s Mental Functioning
  • Light-to-moderate alcohol intake may prevent stroke
  • Moderate drinking lowers diabetes risk in men

 

 

Pop open a bottle of Champagne for any special celebration. Whatever you're celebrating, we have the bottle for you. If you are looking for a moderately priced bottle for an everyday celebration, we carry it. And if you're looking for a nice $200+ bottle of authentic French Champagne for a special celebration, we carry that also.

Did you know?

  • Champagne is producted exvlusively within the Champagne region of France.
  • The majority of US produced sparkling wines do not use the term "Champagne" on their labels.
  • Champagne is actually wine. In fact, many top chefs consider champagne the ultimate wine for food. Due to the acidity of champagne, it complements the widest variety of menu items.
  • Champagne (with the exception of blanc de blancs) is made with two red variety grapes; Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, as well as one white grape, the chardonnay.

 

 

If you are looking for rare Wine or something you can't find at your chain store then stop in at Five Star Liquor & Wine. We wil try our best to find and bring in the item.

 

Reference

American Journal of Epidemiology 1999;149:463-470.
The Journal of the American Medical Association 2002;287:2559 (5/15/02)
BJU International 2002;89:950-954.
American Journal of Epidemiology 2002;155:332-338.
Journal of the American Medical Association 2001;285:1965-1977.
Presentation by Dr. Meir Stampfer (Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health) at the 2001 Congress of Epidemiology.
The New England Journal of Medicine 1999;341:1557-1564, 1605-1606.
Diabetes Care 2000;23:18-22

 

 

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