This is a typically dangerous level. Your body, your choice. There is no evidence to suggest this is a good idea, but do anything you like.
I am just telling you the truth.
Just a couple articles I dug up. Regardless it doesn't really matter anybodies opinion here on her drinking habits. She said her doctor told her that her consumption was fine, so are you calling her doctor a liar, or saying she is wrong?
I am saying that her doctor cannot foresee what will happen to her in another 20 years of this level of drinking. Doctors are good, but they are not foolproof, and for the enjoyment you get out of wine or alcoholic beverages, you pay a big price for them.
I certainly would not drink that much. 1 or even 2 or 3 glasses of wine every day is a lot.
Say she drinks 2 a day, the middle number there.
That is 730 glasses of wine in a year.
How big are the glasses? What is the wine? How much is she really drinking? Are the glasses poured properly?
I would not say I consume 730 oz of alcohol a year.
I drink probably once a month. I drink about 5 oz a month. Let's REALLY go off the deep end and say I drink 8 oz a month. 8 oz a month x 12 months a year is 96 oz of alcohol a year.
She is drinking 730 oz (assuming 1 glass of wine = 1 oz of alcohol, but is this reaaaally true????). And I am "binge drinking" at a mere 96 oz.
That is a MONSTROUS difference and I would not feel comfortable asking my liver to process 730 oz of alcohol in a year. Now multiply that by how many years she is drinking this much? Your numbers will soon add up to more than I could ever binge drink in my youth!
Too long, didn't read version of my post: It's a bad idea and I stand by that. She can feel free to drink 2 bottles of wine a day, it would not bother me. That is my 2 cents. This is a public forum and in no way am I saying that she has totally ruined her entire life or liver or health. I am saying she should be aware of the implications of this amount of alcohol and act accordingly.
This is my opinion, whether or not you disagree with it.