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We are excited to share with you some great news about a new product that has just hit the market - Berengaria, the new alcohol-free rose wine from Cyprus. This refreshing and delicious beverage has been crafted to offer all the benefits of traditional wine without the negative effects of alcohol.
What Makes Berengaria Wine Different
100% Natural Ingredients
Just Picked Freshness
Immunity the Way Nature Intended
Promotes Heart Health: Berengaria is rich in antioxidants, which are known to help reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.
Helps to Lower Cholesterol: The polyphenols found in Berengaria have been shown to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels and increase HDL (good) cholesterol levels.
Supports Digestive Health: Berengaria contains a high level of tannins, which can help improve digestive health by reducing inflammation and promoting the growth of beneficial gut bacteria.
Promotes Skin Health: Berengaria is rich in resveratrol, a compound that has been shown to help protect the skin from sun damage and premature aging.
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Berengaria of Navarre, as the wife of King Richard the Lionheart, was a notable historical figure in her own right. She was the first Queen of England to set foot on English soil, as she traveled with Richard on the Third Crusade and was crowned Queen in Limassol, Cyprus.
It is said that Berengaria enjoyed drinking wine and was known to indulge in it quite frequently. In fact, during her time as queen, it was not uncommon for her to host elaborate feasts where wine flowed freely.
Despite her love for wine, Berengaria was known for her grace and poise, and was greatly respected by her subjects. She was also known for her strong faith, and was said to have spent much of her time in prayer and meditation.
It's fascinating to think about the lives of historical figures like Berengaria and the unique quirks and traits that made them who they were.
Berengaria is often remembered as the Queen of Cyprus, as well as the Queen of England.
Queens have been associated with the symbolism of wine
Mary, Queen of Scots: Mary was a devout Catholic and wine was an important part of Catholic liturgy. As such, wine was often present during Mary's religious ceremonies and rituals.
Elizabeth of Hungary: Elizabeth was a Catholic saint who is often depicted holding a basket of wine and bread, which she gave to the poor. This image has become a popular symbol of charity and generosity.
Anne of Austria: Anne was the queen consort of France and was known for her love of wine. She was particularly fond of Bordeaux wine and helped to establish its reputation as a high-quality wine.
Mary of Burgundy: Mary was a medieval queen who was known for her love of wine and her ability to hold her liquor. She was said to have a particular fondness for the wines of the Burgundy region.
Overall, the association between queens and wine has been particularly strong in Catholic cultures, where wine is an important part of religious ritual and symbolism. However, queens from other cultural and historical contexts have also been associated with wine in various ways.
Be a Queen Drink Berengaria
King Richard the Lionheart of England wedding 1191 was a grand celebration on Cyprus, filled with many luxurious and extravagant details. One of the most memorable moments of the event was when King Richard pronounced Berengaria's picked wine for
"the wine of kings and the king of wines."
Berengaria is a perfect choice for those who are looking for a refreshing and healthy beverage option. Whether you are looking to cut back on alcohol or simply want to enjoy the taste of wine without the negative effects, Berengaria is an excellent choice.
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