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New wine skin blending technology trialled in red wine making

Dr Angela Sparrow, from the University of Tasmania, says new skin blending technology could change the red wine making process. Source: ABC Rural | Duration: ABC Online, 1 week ago

Cheap wine may contain high arsenic levels, lawsuit claims

iStock Buying an inexpensive bottle of red may be good for your wallet but not your health. A lawsuit filed last week accuses 28 California wineries of selling wines with dangerously high levels of arsenic, CBS News reports . Kevin Hicks ...
 UnitedHealthcare6 days ago List of Wines Cited in Lawsuit as Having High Arsenic Levels  ABC News1 week ago Arsenic In California Wines: Should Drinkers Be Concerned?  Iowapublicradio.org5 days ago Arsenic in top-selling wines claims lawsuit: List of 83 wines cited  Examiner.com1 week ago
Miami Herald

Wine on cereal? KLG, Hoda say it's delicious!

Kathie Lee and Hoda chat about some of the top cereals in America and try something new by pouring red and white wine over their breakfasts rather
 American Banking News1 week ago Kathie Lee Gifford & her wine; Paris Hilton DJs  Miami Herald6 days ago

New technology uses giant blender to chop up wine grape skins to improves reds

A giant stick blender that chops wine grape skins into a pulp could be the next big thing in red wine making. Dr Angela Sparrow, from the University of Tasmania, has been carrying her blender around in a suitcase, trialling it in pinot noir ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Big Wines with a Light Touch  Pattaya Mail1 week ago Pick the red wine to look more attractive  Jagran Post2 months ago
MSN South Africa

Pan-Seared Salmon Over Red Cabbage and Onions With Merlot Gastrique

Stir in wine and boil until reduced to about 1/4 cup, about 5 minutes. Add beef broth and boil until reduced to about 1 cup, about 8 minutes. Whisk together cornstarch and remaining 2 tablespoons water, then whisk into sauce and boil, whisking, 1 ...
 MSN South Africa1 week ago
Melbourne Age

There Are 2 Types Of Women: Red Wine Drinkers And White Wine Drinkers

Women and wine go together like melted chocolate and strawberries. It's one of the most sacred, functional relationships known to man. Who needs a boyfriend when you can curl up on the couch with a big old glass of vino? You don't have to worry ... days ago What's wrong with drinking white wine after red?  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Beware White wine can leave you depressed  Hindustan Times2 months ago Why does white wine leave some women upset?  Prokerala2 months ago

Behind the Label: Pelerin Wines

On the wine bottle label, a lone monk with white hair and a beard stands against a red background, his draped greenish-gray cloak and long black robe in stark contrast to the crimson behind. He holds a long crook and gazes ahead, watching over his ...
 SiliconValley.com1 week ago
Cosmopolitan South Africa

Hangover-free wine may soon be here

To put it lightly, wine hangovers are the worst thing ever. After polishing off a bottle of your favorite red, the next morning is a foggy haze of nausea, a headache that may or may not split your forehead open, and an unshakablefeeling that your ...
 Los Angeles Times1 week ago Scientists Have Invented Hangover-Free Wine  Cosmopolitan South Africa1 week ago Wine Without Hangover? Scientists Develop Hangover-Free Drink  Latinos Health1 week ago Scientists Are Making Hangover-Free Wine week ago
Biz Community

Autumn collections at The Red Carpet Fashion Show

at Cassia on Nitida Wine Farm in Durbanville, Cape Town, will feature the autumn collections of fashion designers Stefania Morland, Craig Port, Bo & Luca, Joanna Hedley with BeachCult, as well as Diesel eyewear, KarenFay jewellery and Augustine's ...
 Biz Community1 week ago

Wine tasting: Red, white and a bit of the nose

A tasting experience with two very affordable but pleasant wines from Hardys, Australia, leaves author longing to take the bottles home Photograph: Sofi Lundin/Creative Commons I am a bumpkin as far as wines are concerned. Of course, I have made wine at home, but is someone an oenophile just because he has crushed cheap Indian table grape, diluted the juice with hard water from the municipality tap and used yeast from the local grocer's for fermentation? So, it is with much trepidation that I ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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