Archaeologists have found what they believe is the world's oldest wine in possibly one of the oldest known wine cellars in what is now present-day Israel.
The French police reportedly busted a scam involving counterfeited bottles of wine that could sell up to $12,000.
Having just one or two glasses of wine a week could lower a woman's chance of conceiving by a third, a new study suggests.
Researchers found that the size of the wine glass affects how much wine people pour out.
Researchers found that seniors who drank wine daily were at a lower risk of depression.
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A new study reveals that drinking one to three glasses of champagne a week may counteract the memory loss associated with aging, and could help stall the onset of degenerative brain disorders like dementia.
British scientists found that indulging in up to two units of alcohol each week during pregnancy will not harm the development of unborn babies.
According to researchers, climate changes might render current vineyards unusably by 2050.
A 101-year-old woman has recently revealed her secret to longevity: four alcoholic drinks a day.
Study reveals that British drinkers underestimate their alcohol consumption by 40 percent.
MIra Valley, a wine company based in Napa Valley, placed four cases of wine into the ocean to see what the water will do to the aging process.