Assistant Editor Natasha Vohra

No. 510 : : July 17, 2012

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Middle aged women may benefit from a Glass of Wine
July 12 : Although exercise is good for our bones even as we grow, but a new study suggests that women in their fifties and sixties may find that drinking about one-and-a-half drinks per day may help prevent further bone loss though men don't have that benefit. The latest study, published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, Menopau
DWC Wine Dinner: Zorba and All That Jazz
July 16 : A tasting of over 25 wines and Cavas, followed by a sit-down wine dinner at the 3-side surrounded lawn with a live jazz band playing across a small swimming pool, was the highlight of the wine dinner at Zorba, a new entertainment venue in Delhi where quality music programmes and good food and wine may be enjoyed in a relaxed     
Revelation- Moet is not a Machine after all
July 12 : Setting out to dispel doubts in the minds of champagne connoisseurs about the volume-driven industrial quality of Moet Chandon, the Cellar Master Benoît Gouez spoke at a Moët Brut Imperial base wines tasting in London on Wednesday, insisting it was not a volume-driven machine and that they cared about quality in detail as well
Wine India Moves: Grover CEO Moves on
July 17 : Neeraj Verma, Chief Executive Officer of Grover Vineyards for two and a half years has resigned from the wine company and has gone back to the FMCG industry from where he had come, leaving the company without a top professional for the time being. Verma’s resignation came in effect from June 30. Although no reasons are    
UC Davis Study on Cork vs. Screwcap
July 16 : For many wine drinkers, the sight of screwcaps on a bottle indicates it is cheap wine but they have become increasingly popular with winemakers around the world including India, even as the opponents believe corks are a must for ageing wine but now University of California, Davis has been commissioned to conduct an indep
Dumb Study: Wine Drinking makes you look Dumb
July 17 : In a seemingly irrelevant study, researchers from the universities of Michigan and Pennsylvania claim that holding a glass of beer or wine has negative impact on the impression on bosses and colleagues about your brain power and they think of you as less intelligent. The study to appear in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, annou
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