In the wake of the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster, cesium-137 made its way through the atmosphere to vineyards in Napa Valley. But the small amount of radiation poses more of a threat to wine counterfeiters than to your body.
By Amanda Grennell
South Africa is known for its breathtaking vineyards -- but the poor urban settlements of Cape Town are not. Yet here, too, farmers are relying on growing grapes to support themselves, in a community where the average annual income is…
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Thursday, Russian and Syrian forces began a “humanitarian pause” in the Syrian city of Aleppo, which could last as long as four days. Using loudspeakers and pamphlets, the Syrian army urged residents to leave and fighters…
By PBS NewsHour
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- The Trump Winery’s flagship wine, a 2009 blanc de blanc, is bright and dry, and pairs well with mild cheeses.
By Daniel Bush
By Larisa Epatko
The terrorist attacks in Paris and the international response dominated the news this week, while a series of suicide bombings also took place in another part of the world. And the Japanese celebrated Beaujolais Nouveau Day in an interesting way.
By Dave Sloan
Red wine -- long celebrated by wine connoisseurs for its numerous health benefits, including improvements to longevity, heart health and blood circulation -- might not have as many benefits as previously touted.
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By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Drinking even one alcoholic drink per day can increase a woman's risk of developing several types of cancers, according to a new study of nearly 1.3 million women in the UK.
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