Red wine spills are common in North Carolina.
It happens to be the first state in the nation to ban it.
The reason: it’s a potent wine that can trigger liver damage.
But the state’s wine producers have found a way to make up for that.
They’re offering up red wine in cans, bottles and on wine tours.
Here’s what you need to know about red wine spills.
What are red wine stains?
Red wine stains are spots on the surface of a wine that are caused by oxidation.
They typically occur on the inside of a bottle or can, as well as inside a wine cooler.
They usually last about 30 minutes and can range from red to dark-brown.
A few wine companies offer “treatments” that will kill off the spots.
What causes red wine wine stains to occur?
Some red wine bottles and can contain traces of oxidation.
This happens because wine cells oxidize when exposed to oxygen.
They break down the sugars and fat in the grapes.
This causes a red wine stain.
It can also occur if wine is aged in a wine fridge or bottle.
The redness can last up to several months.
Red wine stains often occur on surfaces of bottles or cans and can appear on wine labels, as opposed to on wine that is being consumed.
Why do red wine drinkers need to wear protective clothing?
Red-wine drinkers should wear protective gear.
These include hats and gloves.
They should also wear protective eyewear.
The most dangerous red wine is from the Sierra Nevada region of California.
It has a high alcohol content and is known to cause liver damage and kidney damage.
Most red wine comes from Southern California.
Some of the most famous red wines are Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio.
In addition to red wine wines, there are also wine-liquor bottles, wine-making containers, wine glasses and wine cups.
There’s also wine, liquor and spirits at wine festivals around the country.
Here’s a list of wine festivals in North America.
Read more about red and wine.