It’s No Crime To Drink Wine By Yourself • Discoverology

It’s No Crime To Drink Wine By Yourself

From the moment we start to learn about wine, we are taught that drinking responsibly is a social activity. Wine is for sharing, for drinking with friends or family over a meal. But self-imposed isolation does not require you to forgo good food or good wine, despite the social stigma.

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