Women and wine go together like melted chocolate and strawberries. It’s one of the most sacred, functional relationships known to man.
Who needs a boyfriend when you can curl up on the couch with a big old glass of vino? You don’t have to worry about another person's needs, wishes or dreams — with a glass of wine by your side, everything will be OK.
There are a lot of problems in this big, scary world, but an excess of wine could never be one of them. When it comes to wine, more is better. Always.
All women love wine; we’re certainly united on this front, but the difference falls on preference. Are you a red wine or a white wine drinker? Most women prefer one or the other. You’ll definitely hear “I only drink white” or “I only drink red.”
(Though, low-key, we'll drink any wine if there’s only one option because having red wine when you want white wine is always better than — gasp! — no wine at all.)
Whether you delight in a lukewarm glass of cab or prefer a chilled glass of chardonnay, your wine choice says a lot about who you are as a person. Strangely enough, your choice gives a lot of insight into your preferences toward men, your general habits, and your taste buds.
It’s never a question of whether you drink wine, it’s the kind of wine you choose — or rather the color of the wine you choose.
There are only two kinds of women in this world: red wine drinkers and white wine drinkers.
There are women who prefer to read books and then there are women who prefer to watch movies. There are women who want steady relationships, and there some who want to live without ties.
Can you guess which women would drink red wine and which would drink white wine?
Things are never just black and white, but they are red and white:
1. Red wine drinkers dine by candlelight; white wine drinkers have their dinner at sunset.
2. Red wine drinkers watch Netflix in bed; white wine drinkers watch catfights on HBO.
3. Red wine drinkers read romance novels; white wine drinkers read magazines.