Research showed that bluebirds inhabiting the California vineyards are beneficial to the winegrowers after studying their poop.
Are these the cutest animal helpers ever or what? Kunekune pigs and babydoll sheep contribute to the upkeep of the Yealands Winery, nibbling on the weeds and providing natural fertilizer. Plus, they’re too small to snack on the harvest.
Twitter is not only a venue for rants and raves, musings and thoughts, and of status updates of celebrities. It can be possibly a venue for researchers to find out about Twitter users' health by analyzing their tweets.
A team of researchers from the University of California San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine has discovered that people who suffer the most from migraines have higher concentrations of microbes that change the nitrates from various foods into chemicals that induce migraines.
Dare to go undergound and see an elaborate maze of wine cellars connected to many houses and buildings in Oppenheim.
Does wine really taste better with age? Not all, but we do know why older wines smell better than less matured ones.
France built a theme park which is just for the wine lover in everyone.
For those who love coffee, and chocolate but feel guilty taking another sip or bite, fret not. Two new studies show that drinking red wine and coffee as well as snacking on dark chocolate is actually good for your gut.
University of Adelaide researchers found that by recycling grape waste produced from wine making, they could create an efficient biofuel. This saves wine-makers the cost of disposal and positively impacts the environment, which otherwise receives roughly 13 million tons of grape waste annually.
What's the oldest wine you've tasted? I can put smart money down guessing that it wasn't 180 years old. And that would mean that a small team of archaeologists and oenologists certainly have some impressive bragging rights, after taste testing ancient champagne hauled up from the bottom of the Baltic Sea.
Here's yet another reason to drink wine: it could help you burn fat better. At least, if you drink it - or red grape juice - in moderation, according to a new study.
Red wine seems to be the wonder drink of the modern age. Now, a new study is suggesting that a compound derived from red grapes may be an effective treatment for acne.
Yet another reason to enjoy a glass of red wine? New research has found that red wine and grape seed extract both serve to prevent cavities, offering new opportunities for scientists to develop all-natural dental protection products.
Four to five glasses of wine in two hours - the minimum for "binge drinking" - may help dying gut bacteria leak into your bloodstream, where they can cause unpredictable damage to your health, a new study suggests.
A single serving of wine may be enough to make drivers 55 or older a dangerous threat on the road, a study suggests. In younger adults, researchers found alcohol consumption did not affect their measured driving skills at all. For the older drivers, the small, legal levels of intoxication did affect their driving.