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The difference between one glass of wine and three glasses

Sao Paulo-based photographer Marcos Alberti loves wine, especially red wine. Wine, according to him, is the social glue that brings people together and gets them to loosen up. And, he sought to illustrate that with his ‘Three Glasses After’ project.

Sao Paulo-based photographer Marcos Alberti loves wine, especially red wine. Wine, according to him, is the social glue that brings people together and gets them to loosen up. And, he sought to illustrate that with his ‘Three Glasses After’ project, which captured his friends from all walks of life after one, two and three glasses of wine. “I chose wine because it’s a graceful drink, and I served red wine,” says Alberti. The photographer says that it was a simple project: “At the end of every glass of wine, I took a snapshot, nothing fancy, a face and a wall, three times.” The wine impacted women more than men, reckons Alberti. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)

"I choose wine because it's more graceful," says Alberti. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)

It is said that the first glass of wine is all about the food, the second glass is about love, and the third glass is about mayhem. I wanted to know if it was true. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)

"The first picture was taken right away when my guests arrived at the studio in order to capture the stress and the fatigue caused by a long work day," says Alberti. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)

Do people laugh more after they've have some wine. That does appear to be the case. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)

"By the end of the third glass several smiles emerged  and many stories were told," says Alberti. (Text: Team Express Foodie/Photo: Marcos Alberti)