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Do you want to improve your memory? Read, do crossword puzzles and... drink wine

Wine has many beneficial properties for mind and body. It prevents heart disease, lowers cholesterol, is good to feel more energetic and get rid of depression... And it also improves memory.

If you start working with little desire or you should get to study, this research can give you some joy, since the conclusion is that wine keeps the mind awake. The research by...


Australia: the country where growth dreams will be fulfilled

If there is a country that knows no crisis, that is Australia. The economy seems to flow and new business opportunities open to other countries. So, even if it's far away, it is not surprising that some Spanish companies have decided to expand borders and perform studies about the country and its demand.

While Australia is a producer of wines from different appellations...


The secret of a long life? A healthy lifestyle... and some wine

National Geographic explorer Dan Buettner, after performing hundreds of interviews with elderly, has discovered five regions in Europe, America and Asia called “Blue Zones”, which have the highest concentration of centenarians in the world.

Buettner, in his book The Blue Zones Solution speaks precisely about the feeding of the inhabitants of these areas. For the...


There are mermaids under the sea... and wine

Under the sea there are marine species, a world to explore... and it seems that, from time to time, we can also find wine. Yes, because wine tourism experiences always go beyond in order to provide new attractions to consumers.

That's what happened at the Aquarium of San Sebastian that, along with the underwater cellar Crusoe Treasure, have created a special event to...


Are you more like Mary Poppins or Hemingway?

If one thing is certain in the field of alcoholic beverages, is that today all kinds of studies are performed, something that shows the interest in this world among the general public. Even the most serious and substantiated studies are echoed in the media by striking approaches, like the one recently conducted by the University of Missouri-Columbia, in the US, which...


Moët & Chandon, at the forefront of innovation

Moët & Chandon is one of the most expensive and glamorous champagne brands in the world. Therefore, this brand knows, more than anyone, how to bring innovation and also surprise the consumer with every new product launched.

In this case, they just introduced MCIII, a champagne flashing luxury on all four sides. With this product, consumers will feel even more...


2015: a crop that will make history in La Rioja

We have already exposed sometimes that the 2015 vintage will be one of the strongest and highest quality throughout Spain. In fact, it has come before and the collecting of grapes is ahead because of the high temperatures occurred in recent months.

The Plenary of the Regulatory Board of the Qualified Appellation of Origin Rioja announced that this year's harvest will be...


In love with wine bottles? Give them a second life!

If you finished the wine want to give a second life to the bottle, there are different projects you can make at your home to give them a good use.

Slow drip irrigator for plants: If you have spare empty wine bottles, a garden and a little free time, you can feed your plants by drilling a hole in the cork and keeping the bottle always full of water over the...


Spanish harvest arrives earlier and shows promise

Each year these times, a somewhat global perspective of what may be the season of harvest of the year is given. Much of the current wine cellars predict that vintage will arrive earlier this year, but it will be much good.

High temperatures in recent months may be good or bad, depending on how you look. In this case, they are good to stop some vine diseases, with a strong...


UNESCO declares Champagne and Burgundy as part of its World Heritage

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has just added the regions of Champagne and Burgundy as part of its World Heritage list, a recognition that wine producers in these regions chase since many years ago, especially addressed to vineyards and cellars, but that indirectly will benefit large sections of the society and population of each...