Jan 22 2011
Red Wine May Increase Life Span
Lovers of wine might already be aware that the resveratrol in red wine contributes to fighting food born illnesses.
Now the latest DNA News is that by sequencing everyone’s genome that custom drugs with no side effects will be created.
The DNA studies that viticulturists have been engaged in regarding the sequencing of the Pinot Noir grape vine have created scientific certainties that centuries of grape growers sort of developed through trial and error, but now with DNA tests are able to be defined quite accurately.
This is a good thing for wine growers and you all may look forward to drinking good wine out to as much as 300 years.
Gary Vaynerchuk of WineLibraryTV has a good review of a New York State Pinot Noir. So from New Jersey comes a product review of New York State red wine. Who knew?
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