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The wine detective battling counterfeiters

March, 29, 2017 The wine detective battling counterfeiters

(BBC) - Philip Moulin intently studies the label on a bottle of expensive wine with a magnifying glass. He then shines a blue ultraviolet light at the bottle, before picking it up and weighing it in his hands. "Counterfeit bottles can often be much lighter," he says. Mr Moulin is stan...

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Listing ingredients on wine labels would lead to better quality, critic argues

March, 27, 2017 Listing ingredients on wine labels would lead to better quality, critic argues

(FoxNews) - Do you want to know exactly what's in that glass of Pinot Noir? According to a prominent wine critic, you should, because it will lead to improved quality throughout the wine industry. New York Times  wine critic Eric Asimov is claiming that wine drinkers in the U.S. sh...

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12 Wine Grapes Worth Discovering

March, 26, 2017 12 Wine Grapes Worth Discovering

(NYTimes) - In the distant, cobwebbed past of the early 1980s, when I was first learning about wine, the choices were not so different from what they had been 100 years before. Within the sparse selections that passed for restaurant wine lists back then, you would find, depending on the foo...

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ALCOHOL LINKED AGAIN TO REDUCED HEART DISEASE RISKS

March, 26, 2017 ALCOHOL LINKED AGAIN TO REDUCED HEART DISEASE RISKS

(TDB) - The largest study yet carried out on the effect of alcohol on the heart has again shown that moderate consumption is associated with reduced risks of cardiovascular diseases. Researchers at Cambridge University and University College London found that moderate drinkers are at a lowe...

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Where is all the Champagne going? See the latest figures

March, 26, 2017 Where is all the Champagne going? See the latest figures

(Decanter) - As the UK gears up to trigger Article 50 next week, a new report shows the extent of damage inflicted on Champagne sales in Britain by a 'sudden' fall in the pound sterling currency amid the Brexit vote. Below, see charts based on Comité Champagne data to show which country...

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 A Scientist Re-Engineered the Wine Bottle So It Doesn't Drip

March, 26, 2017 A Scientist Re-Engineered the Wine Bottle So It Doesn't Drip

(Mentalfloss) - Unless you’re a sommelier, pouring wine can be a bit of a risky proposition. Will you achieve the perfect twist so it doesn’t stream down the side of the bottle, or will you end up getting red wine all over the table? Don’t worry, you're not the problem—th...

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Hacking the wine list: How to see beyond the B.S. and drink like a pro

March, 26, 2017 Hacking the wine list: How to see beyond the B.S. and drink like a pro

(Salon) - Like many people, when Bianca Bosker would sit down and order wine with dinner she would wonder, “What am I getting out of this $15 glass?” She knew there was this idea of wine being a civilized pursuit on par with appreciating art and poetry. “And I appreciated ...

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Gallo Buys Stagecoach Vineyard and its 600 Acres of Napa Valley Hillside Vines

March, 23, 2017 Gallo Buys Stagecoach Vineyard and its 600 Acres of Napa Valley Hillside Vines

(WineSpectator) - E. & J. Gallo, the world's largest family-owned wine company, continues to see premium wine as the future. Wine Spectator has learned that the company has agreed to buy Stagecoach Vineyard, a 1,300-acre site on Pritchard Hill in Napa Valley. The rocky hillside site h...

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