Wine cooler drinks are one of the latest drinks to come out of the Australian wine industry, and they’re doing it for a reason.
They’re a refreshing way to cool off after a hard day at the office or in the gym.
In some cases, you might even have the option to drink a glass of wine on a hot day.
So, how does it work?
Red wine is one of many natural compounds that’s known to have anti-oxidant properties, helping to lower inflammation and reduce inflammation-related disease.
A bottle of red wine contains a small amount of red grapes, and is a rich source of antioxidants.
In fact, one of Australia’s top wine makers, the Clements Group, is so proud of its red wine that they are making it available in bottles for $15 a bottle.
The Clements wine cooler drink also contains the antioxidant anthocyanins, which are often used as natural diuretics.
The Clements bottle is a popular choice for wine lovers who prefer a less-citrusy drink, as it contains a lower concentration of the diuretic anthocynin than a regular bottle.
As well as the health benefits of drinking red wine, there’s also evidence to suggest that red wine is good to drink in moderation, as well as boosting your immune system.
Red wine contains some naturally-occurring anti-inflammatory compounds called flavonoids.
It also has some of the same compounds as green tea, and can be helpful in boosting the body’s natural anti-cancer response.
Red wine vinegar and the flavonoid anthocanins found in red wine are also known to help with mood and energy.
One study found that drinking a red wine or wine cooler for three hours could reduce the number of hours spent in sleep, but the effect lasted for only three hours.
There’s also some evidence to support that red wines can help people with metabolic syndrome, or high blood pressure.
But it’s the flavanoids found in wine that are often touted as being particularly beneficial for improving mental health, according to the Australian Psychological Association.
While it’s a controversial topic in the Australian Wine Industry, the popularity of red wines has been growing in recent years.
In 2012, there were more than 300,000 red wine vintages in Australia, and more than one in three Australian drinkers was consuming at least one red wine each year.
Some people may have taken a dim view of wine in the past, and the wine cooler may be an attempt to change that.
“When I was growing up, my parents were so strict about wine and alcohol,” said one woman who was a big fan of reds.
She said she felt “we were all on our own, and that was the problem with our culture at the time.”
“My father didn’t like wine, and so I grew up with it.
I was a bit rebellious, so I tried to rebel, and I started drinking wine.
I started going to pubs and bars, and it was like an explosion.”
After a few years of drinking wine, the woman’s parents told her to stop drinking it, but it didn’t seem to have an effect.
She eventually decided to give up the habit, but eventually decided she didn’t want to give in either.
“When you drink wine you can’t drink anything, and if you’re going to be drunk, it’s going to happen,” she said.
“I wanted to take a step back and have some fun, so that I didn’t get so stressed out.”
So, in 2012, the red wine cooler craze began.
A company called Red Wine, which is now based in Victoria, was set up to promote red wine as a healthier alternative to wine.
A red wine drinker who’s keen to promote the benefits of red drinks told ABC Radio Melbourne that the industry is still growing and that it’s an important topic for the wine industry to talk about.
“We’ve had a few red wine enthusiasts come forward to talk to us about how they feel their lifestyle is affected by their drinking habits, so they can be supported,” said Matt Stott.
“We’re working with the industry to make sure there’s an appropriate regulatory framework for red wine and the industry, as they understand the importance of this.”
Red wine is a relatively young beverage, with no established scientific research on its effects on the body.
But some people are adamant it’s good for them.
According to a survey of 762 Australians, 61 per cent of those who drank red wine in 2012 said they were able to lower their blood pressure, and another 27 per cent said they could reduce inflammation in their body.
What are the health risks of red and red wine?
There’s been some research into the health effects of red or red wine.
A 2009 study in the Journal of the American Medical Association looked at whether red wine could