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An ingredient in red wine can stop breast cancer cells growing and may combat resistant forms of the disease, research suggests.
Resveratrol, a plant chemical found in grapes and red wine, blocks the cancer-fuelling effects of the female hormone oestrogen, studies have shown. It can also inhibit the growth of breast cancer cells that have become hormone resistant, say scientists…
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A recipe that calls for wine may create doubt for home cooks who don’t know the fruit of the vine all that well. Will you ruin your chicken dish if you use red when the recipe calls for white? And is your favourite fruity moscato appropriate for shellfish..?
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The first Indian wines to be sold by a British supermarket could become a fixture on its shelves after coming close to selling out in record time.
Earlier this month, Waitrose became the first UK supermarket to stock the little-known brands from the sub-continent as part of a showcase of unusual wines from across the world.
Full article over at ► http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2011/sep/19/indian-wines-british-supermarkets
Unless you’re a devotee of the classic martini, you may not have given vermouth a second thought. And even if you do possess a bottle, you may do little more than use it to rinse the glass.