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Greek research finds Greek wine 'can help combat various forms of cancer'

Apparently.

Still not sure I'm prepared to risk my innards by drinking the stuff, so I'm holding out for research from South America, Oz and western Europe.

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Blogger The Hitch said... 4:31 pm

Hmmmmmmm
The words Greek and research , go together just like French and humble or Italian and calm.  



Anonymous verity said... 6:06 pm

The Hitch - Ha ha!

I have it on good authority - my own - that Chilean Merlot cures many forms of the blues.  



Blogger The Hitch said... 6:20 pm

Most merlot slides down pretty well, although the Argentinians havent got the hang of wine making.

as I type One of my neighbours is "disturbing" me with south american music , she has set up a company to provide background music for clubs restaurants etc , , have to say it is good stuff.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 6:29 pm

As noted previously, I have a grave weakness for Malbec.

Sounds like a bold venture by your neighbour. It has always seemed to me that pretty well all 'ethnic' restaurants only have one CD of the most deeply cliched music of that country - you can guarantee that if you have a meal in a Mexican restaurant in this country you will hear the Gypsy Kings and La Bamba at least once.  



Anonymous David Allen said... 7:07 pm

and there is something deeply reassuring about those national sterotypes _ I'm off to Munich in a couple of weeks and will make the obligatory visit to the Hofbrauhaus for pig knuckle and oompah band music....  



Anonymous verity said... 7:32 pm

Actually, a lot of Mexican pop music is rather good.  



Anonymous verity said... 7:36 pm

I just bought some bottles of Chilean Chardonnay for £2 a bottle. Tee hee.  



Blogger Mr Eugenides said... 9:36 am

Splendid news. As I sit sipping rotgut retsina in my dotage, I shall do so in the knowledge that all the little cancer cells are finding it just as objectionable as my stomach.  



Anonymous Phil Hellene said... 3:46 pm

Retsina - pah.

Greek Mavrodaphne is delightfully fruity and quite the most more-ish wine I've ever drunk. I am informed that it is what the Hellenic Orthodox Christ bleeds at communion, having nicked it from Dionysos.  



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