A decanter is a rather mysterious object that inspires questions about how to use it, and what function decanting actually serves.
Red wine (and other alcohol) can denature beef.
Regardless of how old or pricey, good wine goes bad without quality corking and storage.
Have you ever had a bad allergic reaction to wine? If so, you might actually be allergic to the histamines in the wine, not the sulfites.
You've just opened a bottle of wine for dinner. On the label, you see these words: Contains Sulfites. What are sulfites? And what are they doing in your wine?
Scientists believe they have a high-tech use for one of nature's natural anti-bacterial agents, ultraviolet light. They can use it to replace pasteurization.
Cows, goats, and sheep require symbiotic microbes to help digest the plant biomass that they eat, and some of these microbes make methane.
Have you ever wondered why winemakers store wine in oak barrels instead of plastic containers?
Bread and wine have more in common than you might think... they both have yeast!
A Moment of Science answers your questions about creating, mixing and drinking alcohol.