Arsenic found in many U.S. red wines, but health risks depend on total diet

UW Today | “A new University of Washington study that tested 65 wines from America’s top four wine-producing states — California, Washington, New York and Oregon — found all but one have arsenic levels that exceed what’s allowed in drinking water.”
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Gordon Ramsay starts wine war with English bubbly in Bordeaux

STUFF | “First he opened a restaurant in the same area as his Gallic opposite number, now Gordon Ramsay risks upsetting the French by serving English wines in Bordeaux.”
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Best Tasting Room: Paradise Ridge Winery

THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | “Few wineries in the world are more aptly named than Paradise Ridge. With 156 acres of sustainable natural splendor overlooking the Santa Rosa Plain and a remarkable collection of outdoor sculpture gracing the grounds (including the illuminated, two-story-high LOVE sculpture created by artists Laura Kimpton and Jeff Schonberg) it’s a Wine Country Eden.”
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Catena Institute of Wine and UC Davis Host “The Future of Wine Science,” A Joint Educational Conference

PR NEWSWIRE | “The Catena Institute of Wine, in partnership with the department of viticulture and enology at University of California, Davis, hosted “The Future of Wine Science,” a joint educational conference on August 31, 2015. Held at the Davis campus, the program highlighted the Institute’s 20-year journey to elevate Argentine wine and its collaboration with UC Davis in the study of Malbec and phylloxera.”
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Do you get wine shipped from out-of-state? That may be about to end. Here’s why.

THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC | “The Arizona liquor department cracked down this summer on wineries that ship bottles to consumers’ homes, slapping more than 150 businesses with notices that they are violating liquor laws. As a result, a long list of out-of-state wineries agreed to stop shipping wine to Arizona consumers.”
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