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April 2009 Issue

Red Wine Headaches

In general, the darker the color of an alcohol, the greater its congener content (ranked most to least: brandy, red wine, rum, whisky, white wine, gin, vodka, beer). Wine alone can contain hundreds of different congeners and the congeners in various alcohols vary up to 100-fold.

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