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Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences: “Conversion Factors: From Vineyard to Bottle.”
Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: “What Is a Standard Drink?”
National Institutes of Health: “Regular moderate intake of red wine is linked to a better women's sexual health,” “Polyphenols are medicine: Is it time to prescribe red wine for our patients?” “Health benefits of wine and alcohol from neuroprotection to heart health,” “Effects of Dietary Components on Testosterone Metabolism via UDP-Glucuronosyltransferase.”
U.S. Forestry Service: “Oak Aging and Wine.”
Vinepair: “Why wine is aged in oak. A history lesson.”
Winefolly.com: “The Surprising Truth About Oaking Wine,” “How Wine Is Made.”
The Wine Institute: “Per Capita Wine Consumption by Country,” “World Wine Consumption.”
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