Europeans have a different attitude about wine and youth
FARGO — Families in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy introduce wine to their children at a young age — diluted to start — then gradually to full strength, with the afternoon and evening meals. This keeps wine from ever being prohibited until the magic age of 21 is reached, and most people in these countries move into adult responsibilities with few if any problems with overconsumption.
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