Any wine containing more than 10 ppm of sulphites must affix “contains sulphites” to the label. Photo: Alamy
Nellie Ming Lee
Opinion

Opinion

The Corkscrew by Nellie Ming Lee

Sulphites in wine – are they really bad for us?

  • French fries and dried mango contain far more sulphites than wines, so surely a glass or two of vino can’t do much harm
  • Asthma sufferers though are especially sensitive to the chemical compound

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Any wine containing more than 10 ppm of sulphites must affix “contains sulphites” to the label. Photo: Alamy
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