Here we have Meursault the town,
and here we have the end result: http://www.drouhin.com/en/wines/bottle/meursault.jpg
Now. When I exercise, my target heart rate according to The Walking Site is seventy percent (that's about 120 bpm for me).
Now, let's say I jog around Meursault maintaining 70%. And say I do that for one hour - sixty minutes.
You often hear things like "if you do such-and-such for 25 mins, that's the equivalent of two slices of wonderbread..." (in other words, you burn up as much energy/fat as you would gain by eating the food in question - or in other words by merely not eating the food serving in question, you've "achieved as much" as the exercise in question).
So my question. If one works out at 70% target heart rate, for one hour, what's the "equivalent" in terms of milliliters of Meursault white wine?
If anyone knows how to calculate this .... thank you!!
Of course, I am referring to 2006 Meursault here (that's the choice recent year!) Thank you!