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Lots of gemwater lovers report that they use their VitaJuwel gem vial with juices with the effect that they taste less acidy.
Amethysts enjoy a long association with Dionysus, the God of Wine. The ancient Greek created drinking vessels from amethysts, believing that the stone would prevent from getting drunk. The word “amethyst” means “not intoxicated” (from Greek a- “not” + methystos “intoxicated”). A little while ago, selected wineries and professional sommeliers rediscovered the ancient tradition to enhance their wine with amethysts and achieved amazing results. Nowadays, as opposed to a few thousand years ago, amethysts are no longer placed directly into the wine. Our VitaJuwel Vino softens the wine's natural acids and makes it taste smoother. Fill your decanter with a bottle of wine, place the gem vial in it and wait for 7-10 minutes. You‘ll be amazed....but don‘t expect to stay sober. And PLEASE, always drink responsibly!