Today Is National Wine Drinking Day, But Don't Participate While Driving!

February 28, 2014
Today has been declared National Drink Wine Day across the United States. The purpose of the event is to celebrate and raise awareness of the benefits that are provided by the fermented fruit juice.
Wine has been spotlighted in history for centuries, with almost all cultures consuming some form of the drink. Today, researchers have shown that consuming a glass a day can help ward off adverse health conditions, such as heart disease. In commemoration of these benefits, everyone of a legal drinking age in the United States is encouraged to participate in today’s festivities by cracking their favorite bottle and having a glass of wine.
There are several top-notch locations in the St. Louis, Missouri, area that have a terrific selection of wines to choose from. A list of Urbanspoon’s Top 10 St. Louis Wine Bars was recently mentioned in a news article.
While basking in the enjoyment of the libation can be a great way to relax and enjoy the companionship of others, the St. Louis personal injury lawyers with Cofman Townsley Injury Lawyers would like to remind citizens of the serious dangers that can be posed by driving after consuming any amount of alcohol. The firm urges those participating in today’s festivities to avoid harming themselves or causing another person to become a Drunk Driving Victim —don’t drive after drinking. Instead, use a designated driver, cab, bus, or loved one to get you home safely.