A new study adds to the evidence that drinking red wine with meals confers health benefits. A team at a university hospital in Bochum, Germany, found that subjects who drank red wine while eating a high-fat meal of french fries and pork sausage experienced lower levels of inflammation in their blood vessels than those who drank other beverages, including water. Wine Spectator's Jacob Gaffney reports.
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