Red wine could play a significant role in slowing down the brain’s ageing process and help battle the onset of Alzheimer’s, a recent study suggests.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in the skin of red grapes, has been found to reduce weight gain by turning “white” fat into calorie-burning “brown” fat.
Taste perception is increased when we drink lower alcohol wines rather than those with a high abv according to a new study by Spanish neuroscientists.
The quality of the skins is the determining factor as to whether a red wine will be good or not according to the chief winemaker of Silver Oak in California.
Bodegas Monje in Tenerife has launched a series of “Wine & Sex” nights involving erotic games at its winery in the Canary Islands.
Red wine is more likely to put Brits in the mood for romance than oysters, whipped cream or asparagus, according to Bookatable.
A glass of wine a day can protect against heart disease, but only if you carry a specific gene present in just 15% of the population.
A decanter that claims to be able to improve the taste of wine using sound waves is on the cusp of being commercialised via a Kickstarter campaign.
A compound found in red wine could one day be used to treat osteoporosis, according to a recent study.
US researchers have attributed yet another health benefit to an antioxidant found in red wine, linking it to the effective treatment of acne.
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