RED WINE

  • How different types of alcohol can affect your mood

    Which beverage is proven to have a relaxing quality?

  • These wine glasses have built in straws so your teeth don't go blue

    It’s a shame that a drink as delicious as red wine has one small hitch: Making your teeth go an unsavoury blue.

  • These delectable lip glosses are made from REAL WINE

    Nothing is better than a nice glass of wine, right? Think again. Korean beauty brand Labiotte has combined two of our favourite things (duh, booze and beauty) to create a range of winning wine lip gloss. The aptly named ‘Chateau Labiotte Wine Lip Tints’ are formulated from natural ingredients, including extracts of our favourite tipple, straight from the vineyards of France. 소장욕구 발! 디자인과 발색으로 여심을 사로잡은 와인???? . . ...

  • The Best Red Wine In The World Costs Less Than A Fiver

    Red wine connoisseurs, you may want to get yourselves down the the shops. ASAP.  The Decanter World Wine Awards has once again tested around16,000 wines to bring you the best wine in the world. At under a fiver it has already sold out online so you may want to run/ climb/ Boris Bike your way to the nearest Asda on your lunch break.  Now, we all know drinking red wine has a lot of benefits. So what do we need to know before we go dunking a bottle of wine on our heads?

  • 8 ‘healthy’ foods and drinks that are actually bad for you

    Trying to drop a few pounds to fit in to that little sparkly little number you plan on wearing to the office holiday party? These foods and drinks may seem healthy, but might be stopping you from finally dropping that last little bit of weight before holiday party season goes into full swing.  All photos via Thinkstock

  • The 6 Stages Of Being Red Wine Drunk

    Don’t lie, you’ve been there.

  • Red wine: the 'best investment' of the 20th century?

    You might think that red wine is not the most reliable of asset classes. But research from Cambridge University claims it outperformed fine art, government bonds and other asset classes between 1900 and 2012, returning 4.1% every year. Not bad.