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Haylee Knippel
 
October 15, 2019 | Haylee Knippel

From vine to wine: Old Town eager to benefit from Albuquerque’s wine economy

From Haylee Knippel from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque

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Chelsie Pickard
 
October 15, 2019 | Chelsie Pickard

Uncorking The Health Benefits of Red & White Wine

 
Booze probably isn’t the first thing that pops into your head when thinking about health. But when it comes to wine, our ancestors have used it to alleviate ailments and prevent disease for centuries. 

Harvard University researchers even found a jar in the tomb of King Scorpion I that was filled with wine and herbal residue such as mint, sage, thyme, and frankincense. 
Ancient Egyptian herbal wine jar

Based on these findings, the researchers concluded that Egyptian herbal wines were used as a sacred medicine to treat everything from digestive issues to STDs!

In modern times, most people commonly associate red wine with heart health. But the benefits don’t stop there. Don’t be discouraged,  white wine drinkers. There are reasons to pour yourself a cool glass of white vino, too!
Zia Chardonnay is a great health-conscious dry white wine
 
White Wine Improves Lung Health
According to the University of Buffalo, those who consume white wine typically have better lung function compared to people who don’t. 

This is due to nutrients in wine that can help to keep lung tissues in good working shape. Red wine can also be beneficial to the lungs, but white wine has been proven to be the winner out of the two when it comes to lung health. 

Research suggests that this is due to antioxidants in white wine that halt the development of “free radicals” that damage lung tissue. 
 
White Wine May Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease 
If you’re concerned about Alzheimer’s Disease prevention, white wine is a great go-to beverage. It’s been proven to improve memory function and delay or prevent cognitive issues and dementia associated with Alzheimer’s disease, which currently affects around 44 million people worldwide. 

This is thanks to polyphenols in white wine, which are micronutrients usually found in most plant-based foods. 
Cheers to Improved Memory
 
White Wine Prevents Metabolic Syndrome
Alzheimer’s prevention isn’t the only thing that polyphenols in wine can help with. 

Polyphenols have been proven to be one of the most effective micronutrients for preventing metabolic syndrome, according to ScienceDirect. 

Metabolic syndrome is a group of different risk factors that can lead to the development of heart disease, stroke, or diabetes. 

Some dry wines of any shade can even help your body stay in ketosis, a process where body fat becomes a powerhouse for energy. (We wrote a previous article about it -- click here to read more on Ketosis!)
2017 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
2017 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
$48.00
2017 Vidal Blanc
2017 Vidal Blanc
$27.00
Two Keto Friendly Wines
 
Red Wine Can Help Fight Diabetes
Research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst shows that red wine, along with tea, can slow down the passage of glucose through the small intestine, where it eventually ends up in the bloodstream. 

This helps to curb the huge spike in blood sugar levels that patients with Type 2 Diabetes commonly experience. 
Red wine is the clear champion over white, slowing down glucose at a rate of almost 100 percent, while white wine only achieved absorption of glucose by about 20 percent. 

This reduction of glucose levels can even help you lose weight, especially if you choose a lower-calorie red wine! (Click here to read more)
 
Red Wine Improves Fertility
While we definitely don’t condone drinking during pregnancy, some studies have shown that red wine can improve a woman’s chances of conceiving. 

According to a study published in
Fertility and Sterility, large amounts of resveratrol in red wine can preserve cells and cause an increase in the number of eggs in a woman’s ovarian reserve. 

That being said, the CDC recommends that women who are actively trying to conceive should stop drinking to prevent fetal alcohol spectrum disorders. 
 
 
Red Wine May Prevent Cavities
If you’re concerned about dental health, drink up. 

A study found in the
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry shows that red wine (even non-alcoholic red wine!) kills bad bacteria in the mouth, leading to the prevention of dental plaque, cavities, and even gum disease.

Maybe red wine teeth stains are worth it, after all.


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Sam Freed
 
October 9, 2019 | Sam Freed

Wine To Look For(ward to)! 🥂

2020 and 2021 are going to be great years for some unique wines from Noisy Water Winery! See what's in store for you!

Time Posted: Oct 9, 2019 at 11:01 AM
Sam Freed
 
October 8, 2019 | Sam Freed

Noisy Water Winery just adopted a highway!

What does it mean to adopt a highway? Well the NMDOT Adopt-A-Highway Program provides the opportunity to help maintain New Mexico's Roadside. 

The program is a great way to promote responsibility, community pride and to protect our environment for future generations to enjoy by taking on the responsibility of cleaning litter along both sides of a highway.
 
The highway section that we are responsible for maintaining is located on NM Highway 220, and passes right in front of our production facility and wedding/event venue Enchanted Vine.
As an organization we are very proud of where we come from, and of how beautiful our town and state as a whole are! This is one way we can help keep it that way!
If you or your organization are interested in joining the program, contact the NMDOT and we can keep New Mexico beautiful together!
Sam Freed
 
October 2, 2019 | Sam Freed

Press Days & Cake

As harvest season comes to a close Head Winemaker Jasper Riddle shows us how the juice yield is maximized and what the final waste product of winemaking is.

Sam Freed
 
September 26, 2019 | Sam Freed

The Santa Fe Tasting Room

Did you know we have a tasting room in Santa Fe!? Located just off of the historic Santa Fe Plaza, 219 W. San Francisco St is a one of a kind experience.
 
Do we need to say more?
A warm and welcoming space to enjoy a glass of wine before dinner in the plaza, explore some new wine varietals, share a charcuterie board with friends, and see some beautiful NM original art.
Plan Your Visit!
Sam Freed
 
September 18, 2019 | Sam Freed

It's a Zoo Out Here!

The Barn Doors Have Opened!
and turned out there was our own little farm inside!

Over the last several months we have made quite a few additions to the Family, and they're ready to meet you!
As always Beans (everyone's favorite donkey) will be the first to greet you, but now you'll see a few more faces at Enchanted Vine in Alto!
 
Here's the entire crew!
4 miniature horses:
Bordeaux
Blanc
The paints are unnamed


3 Goats:
Snoop
Dre
Wayne


1 Donkey:
Beans (the Diva)

and a whole flock of chickens, silkies, ducks, & guinea fowl

 
Come see us soon and meet all the new animals!
Sam Freed
 
September 11, 2019 | Sam Freed

A Look Inside the Crush Pad

Head Winemaker, Jasper Riddle walks us through the process of how whole berries are made into juice that is then turned into wine on the crush pad, at Noisy Water Winery! 

*no feet were used in the crushing of these grapes
Sam Freed
 
August 22, 2019 | Sam Freed

Sunset at the Vineyard in Engle, NM

Watch the sun set at the vineyard! Desert thunderstorms were circling us all evening...a beautiful end to the day.
Sam Freed
 
August 16, 2019 | Sam Freed

Brix Testing at the Engle Vineyard

During harvest we continually test the brix level (sugar content) of our grapes. Head Winemaker, Jasper Riddle explains how we measure brix and what it means in the vineyard.

 

 

 

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