Muses, daughters of Zeus. According to ancient Greek mythology, the muses gave people the gift of art and each of them was a representative of a separate art and a giver of grace. The Muses were in eternal joy and happiness. They always danced and sang, and when they saw that Apollo was leading the choir, they began to sing better than before. According to Homer, the Muses lived on Mount Olympus or Mount Parnassus. In Parnassus, the Castal spring was found, the drinker of whose water was given poetic talent and prophetic skill. Hesiod considers Mount Helicon in his homeland to be the abode of the Muses and allegedly saw them there. According to ancient Greek mythology, in Northern Greece, the Muses lived in the Tempeian Valley and nearby Mount Pieria. They also lived on Mount Pindos.
The muse has a very big role in the life of an artist, an artist or simply a creator always waits for the muse, and happy is the creator whose muse never leaves.
Many people look for their muses inside the wine bottle, that’s where the idea of this beautiful packaging design was born. There, the white bottle symbolizes simplicity, sincerity and purity. And the girls are the muses, the daughters of Zeus who motivate the artist, this wine has a magical look. , and is special with minimalistic solutions. This wine captivates everyone with its design, its elegance and simplicity. Here the muses themselves are depicted. It inspires men more often than not, it is presented here in a wonderful way. White wine also has a recommendation.
Torrontés wine tasting in Cafayate, Argentina
White wine is a wine made from both white and red or pink grape varieties, obtained by fermentation of skinless grapes. The light color of the wine is due to the absence of skin. in most grape varieties, the juice is almost colorless.
The healing properties of inu have been known for a long time. Even in ancient Greece, wine was used as an antiseptic. the wounded were given wine for quick recovery, and wine poultices were applied to the wounds. Wine therapy has been practiced in Western European countries since the early Middle Ages. At that time, wine was considered a “divine drink” and attributed magical properties to it.
The chemical and physiological properties of grape wine are suitable for their use for medicinal purposes. Oenotherapy, or the science of using grape wine for medical purposes, is called enotherapy.
By its nature, chemical composition and dietary properties, wine is surprisingly compatible with human physiology. Wine has a positive bioenergetic and strengthening effect on the human body, contributes to the restoration of vital forces, especially in the elderly.
Wine also saturates the body with useful microelements, vitamins and amino acids, prevents the occurrence and development of atherosclerosis. It has a pronounced antimicrobial property. Studies have shown that wine kills germs like tuberculosis, cholera, malaria, and more. That is why during epidemics healers advised to drink wine instead of water, especially since bitter table wine perfectly quenches thirst.
Red wine aged in oak barrels is useful for gastrointestinal disorders and diseases.
Wine also helps with obesity and metabolic disorders. It removes slags and toxins from the body, regulating the metabolism. Wine has another important property. It is the reduction of cholesterol content in the blood.
Light white and, especially, champagne wines contribute to improving the work of the heart. White semi-sweet wines have a positive effect on the elasticity of blood vessels, reduce the risk of blood clots, and champagne wines stimulate the work of the respiratory system and lungs. Red table wines help with anemia, and also remove excess salts from the human body, preventing their deposition on the vessel walls. Port wines are notable for their appetizing properties, promoting the production of gastric juice.
With all this, the consumption of wine in large quantities can bring serious dangers. It has a particularly harmful and negative effect on the human body when wine is mixed with other drinks, such as beer, vodka, etc. In order for wine to benefit you, you need to know how much to drink it. The amount is not clear to everyone. It depends on the characteristics of each person: gender, age, height, weight, etc. Modern scientists find that, for 1 day, the dose of wine consumption during meals is 300-350 ml for an adult, healthy man, and up to 150 ml for a woman.
Those who have decided to monitor their health should take into account another important fact. only pure, high-quality wines have healing properties.
So we want our muse to accompany everyone…