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Daily intake of cheese, wine linked to decrease in risk of age-related cognitive decline, reveals study
Health

Daily intake of cheese, wine linked to decrease in risk of age-related cognitive decline, reveals study

The dietary intakes of the participants of this study, however, were self-reported and not clinically supervised or controlled

Ashwagandha, phytoestrogen and other natural compounds can be used to prevent, manage COVID-19, suggests study
Health

Ashwagandha, phytoestrogen and other natural compounds can be used to prevent, manage COVID-19, suggests study

Molecular docking studies have shown that ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) can prevent the novel coronavirus from binding to ACE2 and hence preventing viral entry into host cells along with reducing the expression of TMPRSS2 in certain cells

The Filter Koffee Podcast: Prateek Arora on why wine should be considered an art form
Lifestyle

The Filter Koffee Podcast: Prateek Arora on why wine should be considered an art form

In this episode of The Filter Koffee Podcast, Prateek Arora talks about why wine should be considered an art form.

Gallic acid, an antioxidant found in berries, wine and tea can increase your risk of getting colon cancer
Health

Gallic acid, an antioxidant found in berries, wine and tea can increase your risk of getting colon cancer

New research conducted at the Lautenberg Center for Immunology and Cancer Research, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI) suggests that all is not so perfect in the world of antioxidants.

This Valentine’s Day, surprise your boo with these thoughtful, DIY gifts
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This Valentine’s Day, surprise your boo with these thoughtful, DIY gifts

All you love soldiers equip yourself with glittery pens, craft papers, and all pretty things possible.

At $40,000 a bottle, Hungarian winemaker aims to revive royal heritage made with 'noble rot' grapes
Business

At $40,000 a bottle, Hungarian winemaker aims to revive royal heritage made with 'noble rot' grapes

The high cost of the wine is also due to the scale of manual labour involved.

Via Francigena: Walking the 1,200-year old pilgrim path in Tuscany
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Via Francigena: Walking the 1,200-year old pilgrim path in Tuscany

Almost forgotten for centuries, the Via Francigena is undergoing a renaissance.

Steven Spurrier on his memoir, vintage wines and the future of the industry in India
India

Steven Spurrier on his memoir, vintage wines and the future of the industry in India

Last week, Steven Spurrier, the British wine expert was in Mumbai to release his new book, Wine – A Way of Life.

Glenmorangie's Spios: Bill Lumsden on whiskey maker's limited-edition series this year
Life

Glenmorangie's Spios: Bill Lumsden on whiskey maker's limited-edition series this year

This year, for its ninth outing, the private edition, which as Bill Lumsden says, “is an opportunity to experiment, to try and do something different,” sees the malt maker age their whiskey in American casks that once held spicier rye whiskey.

Podcast roundup: From Bite to ArtCurious and The History of Literature, our pick of the best this week
Entertainment

Podcast roundup: From Bite to ArtCurious and The History of Literature, our pick of the best this week

Here's our weekly lowdown on the best episodes from a selection of podcasts that deserve a listen. Ready to tune in?

The Handmaid's Tale makers cancel line of wine inspired by female leads following social media backlash
Entertainment

The Handmaid's Tale makers cancel line of wine inspired by female leads following social media backlash

The Handmaid's Tale tie-in wines were criticised for being tone deaf towards the theme of the dystopian series

The story of how Grover Zampa Vineyards, among India's finest wine-makers, came into being
Life

The story of how Grover Zampa Vineyards, among India's finest wine-makers, came into being

The story of how one of India's finest wine companies, the Grover Zampa Vineyards, came into being

Beyond red, white and rosé: A sparkling introduction to South Australia's local wines
Life

Beyond red, white and rosé: A sparkling introduction to South Australia's local wines

Notes from a wine-fuelled introduction to South Australia's charms | #TravelAndLeisure | #FirstCulture

Don't be fooled by that fancy bottle: Wine labels may influence how much you like the drink
Life

Don't be fooled by that fancy bottle: Wine labels may influence how much you like the drink

Cleverly written wine label descriptions can make a person enjoy the drink more and pay a higher cost for a bottle, a new study has found.

Amazon teams up with food chains Fauchon and Bio c'Bon to improve express delivery in Paris
News & Analysis

Amazon teams up with food chains Fauchon and Bio c'Bon to improve express delivery in Paris

Online retailer Amazon said on Wednesday it was partnering with luxury food group Fauchon, organic food chain Bio c'Bon and wine retailer Lavinia to extend the product range of its Prime Now express delivery service in Paris and its suburbs.

Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine, and these pictures are proof
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Rihanna seems to really enjoy her glass of wine, and these pictures are proof

Rihanna has been clicked very often, walking out of restaurants with a glass of wine

FSSAI approves safety standards for alcoholic drinks, finalises list of additives to be used
India

FSSAI approves safety standards for alcoholic drinks, finalises list of additives to be used

Food safety regulator FSSAI has approved standards for alcoholic drinks like whiskey and beer and finalised a list of additives to be used.

Small pleasures of 'burra din': Christmas has changed but Kolkata stays the same
India

Small pleasures of 'burra din': Christmas has changed but Kolkata stays the same

More robust and in your face, the nature of Christmas and New Year's eve celebration has changed in Kolkata but the ancient city has assimilated the changing milieu

A look at the illicit winemaking tradition that is older than Islam in North Pakistan
World

A look at the illicit winemaking tradition that is older than Islam in North Pakistan

The hems of his jeans rolled, Rehmat Ali climbs barefoot up a tree to pick the grapes dangling from climbing vines, defying hostile religious injunctions against alcohol to celebrate a wine-making tradition.