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Red wine is NOT good for pregnant woman, according to new study

September, 24, 2014 Red wine is NOT good for pregnant woman, according to new study

(Express) - ENJOYING the odd tipple of red wine while pregnant may not be good for you as hoped, according to scientists who say its 'healthy' ingredient could harm the unborn child's pancreas. Resveratrol - an ingredient of red wine once hailed the 'wonder drug' - which protects against harmful a...

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Behold a Calendar of Nude French Wine Harvesters

September, 24, 2014 Behold a Calendar of Nude French Wine Harvesters

(PunchDrink) - Behind the bar at Le Bist’roch in Nuits are two curious items—things you don’t expect to see at a hardscrabble Burgundian natural wine bar owned by Domaine Prieuré Roch. One is a tiny version of the domaine’s wine bottle filled with white peppercorns fr...

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Stag's Leap Wine Cellars opens $7 million visitors' center

September, 24, 2014 Stag's Leap Wine Cellars opens $7 million visitors' center

(Bizjournals) - Stag's Leap Wine Cellars in Napa has opened its new $7 million visitors' center. The new center, dubbed the Fay Outlook & Visitor Center, was designed by Barcelona-based architect Javier Barba, and is named after one of the winery's estate vineyards. It overlooks the Fay and S....

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Starbucks is testing a beer-flavored latte

September, 24, 2014 Starbucks is testing a beer-flavored latte

(WP) - At Starbucks, gimmicky drinks are all the rage. For example, people like the company’s pumpkin spice latte. But Starbucks is going beyond Halloween-themed beverages and offering lattes that taste like beer. Get ready, Ohio and Florida — you are the test market for beer...

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Grape Harvest Arrives, Slowly, in New York

September, 24, 2014 Grape Harvest Arrives, Slowly, in New York

(Wines&Vines) - Spring arrived slowly across New York after the frigid winter of 2013-2014. Budbreak was later than usual by several weeks, but that had the advantage of fewer problems with spring frosts. Summer did finally arrive, bringing warm days and cool nights — lovely weather for p...

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Burgundy exports suffer from 'lack of availability'

September, 24, 2014 Burgundy exports suffer from 'lack of availability'

(Decanter) - The latest Burgundy export figures suggest the region's wines are becoming harder for consumers to find and there are fears that prices have risen too strongly. Burgundy wine exports dropped by 12% in volume for the first seven months of 2014, versus the same period of last year, accor...

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Chile wine trends: 2. Extreme viticulture

September, 24, 2014 Chile wine trends: 2. Extreme viticulture

(TDB) - While many viticultural changes are taking place within Chile to improve the quality of its grapes, such a replanting on rootstocks, using improved clones, reproducing old vine material and managing vineyards for a better sugar-acidity balance in the berries, it is the planting of increasin...

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Alcohol safety band praised by Microsoft

September, 23, 2014 Alcohol safety band praised by Microsoft

(TDB) - A bracelet designed by students that can detect levels of alcohol in someone’s system and “check in” to ensure the wearer is conscious has been praised by Microsoft. Vive, a non-working prototype designed by students at the University of Washington, was presented at the...

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