Wine, berries can stain your teeth

You may usually worry about the result of spilling certain foods and drinks on a pristine white table cloth or a new white dress, but also think about the damaging effects they can cause to teeth. Wine, berries and hot beverages like tea and coffee can have long lasting effect on teeth, say experts.

'Beer-making yeast' can be used to ferment 'better' tasting chocolate

Researchers have claimed that species of yeast that is used in production of beer, bread, and wine works particularly well in chocolate fermentation.

This smartphone app will tell you when to stop drinking
This smartphone app will tell you when to stop drinking

A new smartphone app has been developed that will warn you if you go over the recommended maximum daily/weekly units of alcohol and this way you will be able to manage your alcohol intake.

Depressed? Go for red grapes and wine

A new study has found that red grapes and wine can help ease depression.

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Shocking! Man dies after being served glass of 'detergent' instead of wine
Shocking! Man dies after being served glass of 'detergent' instead of wine

A man has died after a waiter accidentally served him a glass of dishwasher detergent instead of white wine in a cafe.

Grapes of Wrath: Muslim wine ferments divisions in China

 When Chen Naibao got into the wine business, he left out the pigeon blood and lamb meat that have been hallmarks of vintages in China`s Xinjiang region for more than a thousand years.

Sacramental wine: Catholic Church in Kerala courts controversy

The Catholic Church in Kerala, which has supported the government's steps on prohibition, has courted controversy by seeking permission to increase the production of sacramental wine.

A glass of red wine a night may prove good for diabetics' hearts

Good news for wine loving diabetics! A new study has claimed that having a glass of red wine every night could be beneficial for diabetes in managing their cholesterol and protecting their hearts.

Sugary, shipwrecked champagne reveals history of winemaking

 A shipwrecked trove of sugary, 19th century champagne is revealing new details about centuries-old ways of making wine, and fresh insights into the people who drank it, scientists said Monday.

Why your wine tastes so different
Why your wine tastes so different

 Even the high-quality wine like Pinot Noir can have different taste and colours depending on where it was produced, says a study.

Brangelina's 18 pound Miraval Rose wine hits UK supermarket
Brangelina's 18 pound Miraval Rose wine hits UK supermarket

 Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's 2014 Miraval Rose wine is now up for sale in a UK supermarket and one has to shell out 18 pound per bottle to get their hands on the wine from duo's French vineyard.

Kids who 'sip' alcohol may start drinking earlier

Parents, take note! Children who are allowed occasional sips of alcohol are more likely to start drinking by the time they are in high school, a new study has warned.

Now, healthier wine that doesn't give you morning after hangover

 Scientists have developed a "jailbreaking" yeast that has the potential to boost health benefits of wine and reduce the toxic byproducts that cause your after headache.

Just a glass of wine can make you attractive!

Consuming alcohol - equivalent to about a glass of wine - can make the drinker appear more attractive than when sober, according to new research.

Wine from Civil War-era shipwreck to be uncorked in South Carolina

An intact bottle of wine recovered four years ago from the wreck of a Civil War blockade runner that sank off the coast of Bermuda in 1864 is going to be uncorked and sipped on Friday during a food festival in Charleston, South Carolina.

Goa to host four-day wine festival: Tourism ministry
Goa to host four-day wine festival: Tourism ministry

More than 20 Indian wineries, apart from other renowned spirit brands, are expected to participate in the Grape Escapade, a popular wine festival hosted by the Goa government's tourism department, scheduled to be held later this month, an official statement said Monday.

Global warming changing taste of wine
Global warming changing taste of wine

The taste of some of the world's finest wines is changing as global warming alters the way grapes mature, scientists have found.

How red wine helps keep heart diseases at bay

Natural substance found in red wine, resveratrol, inhibits the formation of inflammatory factors that generates cardiovascular diseases.

Drinking a glass of wine equivalent to downing 3 vodka shots

A new study has reported that a large glass of wine is potentially as bad as downing three shots of vodka.