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APS tip sheet: Understanding the tears of wine
New research explores the fluid dynamics behind a phenomenon known as tears of wine (2020-03-10)
White wine may benefit lungs
The next time you are deciding whether to order white wine or red wine, consider this: A study presented at the American Thoracic Society International Conference in Atlanta on May 20 concludes that while both types of wine bolster lung function, white wine seems to have a more positve effect on lung health. (2002-05-20)
Fine as North Dakota wine
Faux wine labels suggesting a wine was from either California or from North Dakota had a surprising impact far beyond the taste of the wine. (2007-08-06)
Study: White wine can make tooth stains darker
It has long been known that red wine causes teeth to stain. (2009-04-01)
University launches Pinot noir research
The University of Auckland's Faculty of Science has received a donation from Liquorland Limited to fund research into New Zealand viticulture and winemaking. (2006-06-07)
Feb. 17 sipping science: An evening of red wine tasting and wine science
Participants will sample wines that illustrate the effects of regional climate on wine quality, as well as wines containing a compound that may protect against cancer and heart disease. (2005-02-08)
Media Advisory: Chemistry & Tasting of Wine
What makes a great wine? Dr. Ernie Simpson, chemistry professor at California State University, Pomona, will offer some answers as he discusses chemistry's unique role in the wine-making process. (1999-03-12)
New model gives wineries better data from existing tests
WSU scientists present a new model that allows winemakers to get measurements in their wine that previously required difficult, tedious, or expensive testing. (2020-05-18)
Electronic tongue tastes wine variety, vintage
You don't need a wine expert to identify a '74 Pinot Noir from Burgundy -- a handheld (2008-08-04)
Given more information about how wine is made, consumers less likely to pay for organic
Consumers are more willing to pay for wine that comes with an organic or organic grape label but providing information about certification standards and organic production practices reduces consumer willingness to pay for all wines. (2019-06-26)
Knowing yeast genome produces better wine
The yeast Dekkera bruxellensis plays an important role in the production of wine, as it can have either a positive or a negative impact on the taste. (2012-06-04)
Wine drinkers have healthier diets than beer drinkers
People who buy wine also buy healthier food and therefore have healthier diets than people who buy beer, finds a study published online by the BMJ today. (2006-01-19)
Wine Intake And Diet
Moderate alcohol drinking protects against coronary heart disease and red wine contains the most anti-oxidant compounds. (1999-01-01)
World's oldest Italian wine just discovered
Researchers discover Italian wine residue from the Copper Age, debunking current belief wine growing and wine production in Italy developed during the Middle Bronze Age. (2017-08-24)
Allergy-like symptoms after drinking wine
Around 7 percent of adults suffer from an intolerance to wine. (2012-07-05)
NMR scan shows if precious wine is spoiled
Some bottles of wine are worth thousands of dollars. But if oxygen has leaked past the cork, it could be thousand-dollar vinegar -- and there's no way to tell without opening the bottle. (2002-08-27)
Taking the stress off yeast produces better wine
Turning grape juice into wine is a stressful business for yeasts. (2009-09-08)
A scientific basis the 'golden rule' of pairing wines and foods
Scientists in Japan are reporting the first scientific explanation for one of the most widely known rules of thumb for pairing wine with food: (2009-10-21)
Is red wine just as heart-healthy without the alcohol?
Red wine's value to cardiovascular health has been ascribed to flavonoids which produce benefits not reported for other alcoholic beverages. (1999-12-29)
Wine experts' ratings may be a wash for many consumers
Not all wines are created equal; neither are all wine tasters. (2012-03-01)
Learning the language of wine tasting
Learning to identify and describe the aromas of various wines is a Catch 22 situation for novice wine tasters. (2001-02-08)
Red Wine Consumption And Heart Disease
To test the protective effect of wine on the heart, volunteers were fed three drinks per day of red or white wine or an equivalent amount of phenolic extract from red wine for two weeks. (1998-08-17)
Additive may make wine fine for a longer time
An additive may help curb a chemical reaction that causes wine to look, smell and taste funky, according to food scientists. (2013-11-21)
Wild yeasts may hold key to better wines from warmer climates
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have found yeasts that naturally occur on wine grapes may improve wines produced in warmer climates. (2018-12-02)
Red wine can help maintain immune system, UF researcher finds
Unlike many other alcoholic beverages, red wine does not suppress the immune system, according to preliminary studies at the University of Florida. (1999-08-06)
Wine descriptions make us more emotional about wine
Research by the University of Adelaide has shown that consumers are much more influenced by wine label descriptions than previously thought. (2017-06-07)
Wine Drinkers Consume Heart-Smart Diets
Several previous studies have touted the benefits of drinking wine to prevent heart disease-a concept known as the (1999-02-05)
New analysis services for the wine-producing sector
The AZTI-Tecnalia laboratories have launched new methodologies for analysing parameters that, up to now, have not usually been analysed for wines - ocratoxine A and histamine. (2005-07-20)
Researchers develop white wine with health benefits similar to red
Researchers in Israel say they have developed a method to boost the antioxidant content of white wine so that it has health benefits similar to red wine, considered the healthiest of all wines due to its reputed ability to fight heart disease. (2001-06-05)
Nanoscience makes your wine better
One sip of a perfectly poured glass of wine leads to an explosion of flavours in your mouth. (2014-09-17)
Higher total alcohol consumption, including beer and spirits, associated with better health
Moderate beer and spirit drinkers may be just as (2001-08-15)
For optimum results wine should not be stored in casks for more than 12 months
In defending her PhD thesis, Teresa Garde Cerdán, Doctor in Chemical Sciences at the Public University of Navarre, stated that the maximum concentrations of compounds transferred to wine from wood is reached after 10 to 12 months of the wine being stored in wooden casks. (2005-02-14)
Larger wine glasses may lead people to drink more
Selling wine in larger wine glasses may encourage people to drink more, even when the amount of wine remains the same, suggests new research from the University of Cambridge. (2016-06-06)
Science finds wines' fruity flavors fade first
Testing conventional wisdom with science, recently published research from Washington State University reveals how different flavors 'finish,' or linger, on the palate following a sip of wine. (2014-05-05)
Learning from experience? Multisensory tools create discerning wine lovers
Wine aficionados are better able to resist misleading advertising if they are provided with accurate sensory descriptors, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research. (2010-05-18)
Different strokes for different folks
People use different criteria when they're searching for a gift than when they are buying for themselves. (2016-11-14)
Wine keeps women's hearts beating healthily
Drinking wine, but not beer or spirits, keeps women's hearts beating healthily finds research in Heart. (2005-02-14)
Alcohol increases rectal cancer risk, but risk is smaller among regular wine drinkers
Regular drinkers significantly increase their risk of rectal cancer, but that risk is reduced if wine makes up a third or more of weekly consumption. (2003-05-12)
A new study shows that wine experts differ by geographic region
Canadian vintners, sommeliers, journalists and other wine experts judge and rate wines differently depending on where in the country they are located. (2019-01-14)
Searching for the characteristics of award-winning wine
New WSU research shows large wine challenges tend to favor wines with high ethanol and sugar levels. (2019-09-18)
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