Eight giant jars are covered with chemical evidence of your favorite beverage.
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Using new imaging techniques, scientists find "invisible" message on back of a pottery shard.
Modern bootleggers are profiting from the opportunities politicians have handed them.
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Wine producers in northern Spain are about to win the right to individualize their batches.
Israeli security guards shot the assailant dead after he killed the girl in her bed near Hebron.
A study shows surge customers drink faster from bigger glasses.
West Bank winemakers are plotting different ways to deal with the European Union's new guidelines.
South Africa's wine region, which gave the world one of its ugliest political philosophies, is one of the world's most beautiful places.