Sylvania Winery located in the Trading Quarter in Noble City, Sylvania is dedicated to bottle wines from Lovian wine estates and importing only the best of wines from different areas around the globe.
The Sylvania Winery Estate is located on the north western part of Lovia, on Discovery Bay. The original, central building dates back from the 20th century and is designed by an unknown architect inspired by the buildings of the Niebaum-Coppola Winery down in Napa Valley (California)
In vino veritas is the motto from the Sylvania Winery who aims to reuse every shot (1 US fl oz = 29.573 529 562 5 mL) of wastewater generated during the cleaning of their winemaking equipment and facilities. Wastewater handling involves collection, possible treatment, and possible disposal and/or reuse.
To a lesser degree, wastewater generation occurs if boilers or water conditioning equipment is used. Maximum wastewater generation occurs during the crush.
The Sylvania Winery is the brainchild of Lars Washington who wants to share his healthy believe in good quality wines.
Lars is the living example proving to be correct the many studies that found moderate consumption of wine may be cardioprotective. These studies have found a protective effect from both red wine as well as white wine, though evidence from laboratory studies suggests that red wine may possess superior health benefits including prevention of cancer due to the fact red wine contains more polyphenols than white wine due to the production process.
A chemical called resveratrol is thought to be at least partly responsible for red wines' health benefits, as it has been shown to exert a range of both cardioprotective as well as chemoprotective mechanisms in animal studies. Resveratrol is produced naturally by grape skins in response to fungal infection, which includes exposure to yeast during fermentation. As white wine has minimal contact with grape skins during this process, it generally contains lower levels of resveratrol. Other beneficial compounds in wine include other polyphenols, antioxidants, and flavonoids.
The red wines from South of France (Bordeaux, Cotes du Rhone and Bourgogne) and Sardinia (Italy) have been found to have the highest levels of procyanidins — the compounds in grape seeds responsible for making red wine good for the heart. Wines from France and Sardinia have between two and four times as much procyanidins as other red wines. Procyanidins suppress the synthesis of a peptide called endothelin-1 that constricts blood vessels.
A 2007 study found that both red and white wines are effective anti-bacterial agents against strains of Streptococcus. Interestingly, wine has traditionally been used to treat wounds in some parts of the world.