No. 817 : : July 18, 2019

Assistant Editor : Natasha Vohra

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Big Banyan Winery Operational with Tourism in Bangalore
July 15: Big Banyan winery, owned by John Distilleries, which started making wines from bought out grapes from Maharashtra in Goa in 2006 has now constructed its own winery near the Big Banyan tree in Bangalore and the basic operations have started with wine tourism facilities thrown open to the public in a small way, writes Subhash Arora who was privileged to visit the winery last month before it was opened officially on June 29 in the presence of

OIV: World Viti-Viniculture Status 2018
July 16: OIV Director General, Pau Roca, presented the much respected annual overall Report on the global wine sector at the 42nd World Congress of Vine and Wine in Geneva, Switzerland, covering the area under vines, grape production and consumption as well as wine trade volumes in 2018, with the US and Italy maintaining the top position as consumers and producers, reports Subhash Arora stressing the need for India to take more benefits from its

Australia losing Grip in Prosecco Tussle with Italy
July 17: Despite the Aussie Prosecco producers coming together with stronger voice to pressurize the government into keeping the Prosecco label, it is getting more improbable by the day, especially with Prosecco Hills accorded the UN Heritage site status recently, writes Subhash Arora who is sympathetic to their plight but feels they are fighting a losing battle and should hope for the name ‘Australian Prosecco’ especially as it is generally of better

Wine & Food Feature: New Grapes to be added to Bordeaux Repertoire
July 18: Aware of the global warming and the need to add grape varieties that can mitigate the impact of climate change without diluting the identity of Bordeaux wines, the producers have selected 7 new varieties from outside the region and expect them to be allowed up to 10% in a blend by 2021, but Loic Pasquet of Liber Pater in Graves , an ardent follower of Terroir is devastated with the choice of new grapes, writes Subhash Arora. The seven new

Resveratrol in Red Wine to Preserve Muscles in Journey to Mars
July 18: A new Study conducted by Harvard researchers and published in the journal ‘Frontiers in Physiology’, shows that Resveratrol found in red wine substantially preserves muscle mass and strength in rats exposed to the wasting effects of simulated Mars gravity and may help astronauts preserve their muscle mass during trips in space or future Mars missions, according to a Report by PTI. Astronauts who wish to undertake the nine-month journey from

Wine & Health: J-shaped curve for Alcohol and Risk of Colon Cancer
July 12: While heavy alcohol consumption is recognized as a contributor to the development of colorectal cancer (CRC), an increasing number of studies suggest that moderate alcohol consumption may not have an adverse effect on the risk of CRC, or even decrease the risk, according to International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research. The present paper, a meta-analysis of 16 studies on the relation of alcohol consumption to invasive CRC, was


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