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red wine

Wine that is red in color from the dark-colored grapes used to make it. Types of red wine include Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. What kind of red wine are you serving tonight? I'll have a glass of the red wine, thank you.
See also: red, wine
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Research from the Washington University School of Medicine in the US revealed that hopeful mothers who regularly drank red wine had better ovarian reserve.
The doctors said more research would have to be conducted, but said that the findings show red wine could be a proactive way to combat the effects of smoking.
Researchers at the University of Leicester are looking at whether resveratrol, on its own, not in red wine, could one day be developed into a cancer-preventing drug.
Red wine comes out on top, however, when it comes to resveratrol, which has been linked with preventing heart disease and cancer in preliminary studies.
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I don't think he had ever drunk red wine before - he didn't know how to drink it.
Just one more reason for red wine drinkers to smile," said Ms.
Consumers have become more savvy about seasonal wine drinking, and are increasingly buying lower-alcohol wines between 10% and 12% abv and showing interest in lighter styles of red wine that suit being served chilled, he said.
Twinlab marketers note that there is growing evidence that the antioxidants in red wine can be beneficial to a person's health.
Anecdotal evidence about the health benefits of red wine have been bouncing around for some decades now, but here biochemists, microbiologists, and other researchers get down to the fundamental science.
The specific objectives of this research were to confirm bactericidal activity using the pour plate technique, and to investigate the effects of red wine and grape juice polyphenols against these pathogens and the probiotics L.
Drinking red wine protects against the harmful effects of ultraviolet B (UVB) light, according to a recent German study.
If you are frying steak and worried about your health, then marinate it in either beer or red wine.
STEAK is less likely to contribute to cancer when marinated in beer or red wine, according to experts.