Red wine could help fight off dental cavities and tooth loss by slowing the growth of bacteria, a recent study has concluded.
As one set of scientists appear to have debunked the health benefits of red wine compound resveratrol, we pick out 10 studies which hail its benefits.
Having been credited with reducing the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disease, a new study has found that resveratrol’s health benefits are a “myth”.
A small glass of wine a day is good for your kidneys and can lower the risk of cardiovascular disease, new research has found.
A pharmaceutical company has extracted a molecule found in red wine and turned it into a medicine which could help prevent loss of limbs in diabetes sufferers.
Red wine is able to stop lung cancer growth according to a recent study by Canadian scientists.
China has become the largest red wine market in the world after consuming 155 million nine-litre cases in 2013.
While the Rioja region experienced its latest harvest in recent history, there is optimism in the region for a good quality vintage.
Jon Bonné recommends a pink that is “as soulful as rosé gets” while Rebecca Murphy suggests “that we make a place at our table for an exciting new wine”.
Men who drink wine up to three times a week create stronger sperm, a recent study has found.
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