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07/30/15

Study finds resveratrol reduces brain inflammation caused by social stresses

07/30/15

Policy says producers can offer up to 20% non-house beverages, which must be consumed in onsite lounges and special events areas

07/30/15

Wine Spectator's annual list of the restaurants with the best wine programs includes more than 60 from Arizona. Some are listed for the first time. Others received an upgrade in their ranking.

07/30/15

Note: Today's post - on Matt Kramer's True Taste: The Seven Essential Wine Words - is the second in a series of wine book reviews of recent releases to hit the market. Yesterday we looked at Oz Clarke's The History of Wine in 100 Bottles: From Bacchus to Bordeaux and Beyond, and next will be Lettie Teague's Wine in Words: Notes for Better Drinking. Please share your own thoughts in the Comments!

07/30/15

In two or three weeks, some of Greece's winemaking regions will begin their annual grape harvest. The wineries Mr. Diamantis buys from age their wine in barrels from Italy and France, but Greece's capital controls make it difficult for them to send money out of the country to pay for the barrels they need for this season. No barrels means no wine for Mr. Diamantis.

07/30/15

The wine industry is a growing and essential part of Central Virginia's culture and economy. But with the presence of so many vineyards, it can sometimes be hard to stand out. WMRA's Sefe Emokpae takes us through a winery that's different in more ways than one.

07/30/15

Meet GM Jessie Harnden and winemaker Jason Parkes and learn all about the Black Swift, a bird native to the Okanagan that lays a single egg per year. Single egg, single vineyard, well, you get the picture - The Hatch is an incubator for wine.

07/30/15

ven their dog, Chance, gets in on the action

07/30/15

If there were really a God, wouldn't the Almighty tell us to chase our dreams and then cut a check to cover the costs? Well that divine check hasn't come yet for many of us, including some vintners.

07/30/15

Top Chef star Brooke Williamson and a panel of food and wine experts will judge entries, in part, on how well they pair with Gloria Ferrer's Sonoma Brut. Entries must be submitted by Aug. 31. (For official rules, visit www.gloriousbites.com.)

07/30/15

David Gibbs and his wife Marie own Virginia Mountain Winery in Fincastle. A good year depends on a good growing season.

07/30/15

New Mexico State University's Viticulture Program and the New Mexico Vine & Wine Society will host a field day, Grape Day, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 1, at the NMSU Fabian Garcia Science Center, 113 W. University Ave

07/30/15

We can learn from early adapters such as the vignerons of the McLaren Vale, but it is not going to be easy to adapt, because bit by bit climate change will change everything

07/30/15

mith, who's officially "in his early 50s," has a head of bouncy, silver Sideshow Bob hair and a standard uniform of a black T-shirt, jeans and slip-on Vans. He first arrived in Seattle from Sacramento in 1988 ...

07/30/15

A collection of wine jars and grape seeds, which could unlock the secrets of an ancient variety, have been unearthed in northern Israel.

07/30/15

Resveratrol, a cancer-fighting compound found in red grapes and wine, helps prevent bowel cancer if taken in small doses, a University of Leicester, England, study showed. The latest research specifically found that small doses of wine were more effective than higher doses, slashing observations made by previous studies that say drinking more wine helps reduce the disease's risk

07/30/15

Study finds resveratrol reduces brain inflammation caused by social stresses

07/30/15

As a former French colony it is not surprising to discover that wine is available in many major restaurants throughout Vietnam. What may be more unexpected is that Vietnam is also producing its own wine, primarily in the cooler regions of Da Lat and Phang Rang, about 200 miles northeast of Ho Chi Minh City (formerly called Saigon). Here vineyards of both table and wine grapes can be found, as well as crops of lettuce, strawberries and artichokes.

07/30/15

A "virtually indestructible" suitcase that helps wine lovers bring their beloved bottles home from their travels is soon to go on sale in the UK.

07/30/15

On Saturday, Aug. 15, from 1 to 3:30 p.m., the second ZAP Simply Summer Celebration (of Zinfandel) will be hosted on Seghesio Family Vineyards' Home Ranch in Alexander Valley ...

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