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    Len Guest

    Default Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive

    Any suggestions on a low alcohol wine? I can drink lite beer but not a
    normal one without a burning stomach.





    Len


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    Anders Tørneskog Guest

    Default Re: Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive


    "Len" <[email protected]> skrev i melding
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    > Any suggestions on a low alcohol wine? I can drink lite beer but not a
    > normal one without a burning stomach.
    >

    Lambrusco di Sorbara from Italy, 9-10%alc
    A German sweet white wine (look for Auslese or Spätlese on the label); down
    to 8% alc or even less

    Most labels will state alcohol content and you may ask in the shops what
    they can offer. You won't get lower than the mentioned wines, however.
    Normal beer is 5%..., but are you sure that the alcohol is the cause of your
    problem?
    Anders



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    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive

    Anders wrote on Wed, 26 Nov 2008 10:26:31 +0100:


    > "Len" <[email protected]> skrev i melding
    > news:3f83c$492ccdff$[email protected]..
    >> Any suggestions on a low alcohol wine? I can drink lite beer but not
    >> a normal one without a burning stomach.
    >>

    > Lambrusco di Sorbara from Italy, 9-10%alc
    > A German sweet white wine (look for Auslese or Spätlese on the
    > label); down to 8% alc or even less


    There are alcohol-free "wines" and they are not undrinkable even if I
    don't have to worry about that. I think the alcohol is extracted from
    real wines to produce the product. I have also seen ciders and perrys
    that have undergone the secondary fermentation of champagne but they
    might be a little high in alcohol.

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    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


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    Ken Blake Guest

    Default Re: Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive

    On Tue, 25 Nov 2008 23:16:55 -0500, "Len" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Any suggestions on a low alcohol wine? I can drink lite beer but not a
    > normal one without a burning stomach.



    Normal beer is usually around 5%. If 5% alcohol bothers your stomach,
    you're out of luck with all wine, since the alcohol is never anywhere
    near that low.

    Although you can find some "wines" that have something close to 0%
    alcohol, in my experience they are all terrible, and taste nothing
    like wine.

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    Ken Blake
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  5. #5
    Len Guest

    Default Re: Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive

    thanks for the help, as always my guests will have nice wine while I watch
    and drink a coke.

    len


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    Bi!! Guest

    Default Re: Thanksgiving wine for the alcohol sensitive

    On Nov 26, 6:03�pm, "Len" <lenn...@yahoo.com> wrote:
    > thanks for the help, as always my guests will have nice wine while I watch
    > and drink a coke.
    >
    > len
    >
    > ** Posted fromhttp://www.teranews.com**


    Not a doctor but have you tried Prilosec or one of the OTC acid
    reducers? I haven't had heartburn or indigestion in years since I
    started taking Prilosec before a night of overt consumption.

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