Genetically modified wine designed to produce no hangovers

06/12/2009 | Atlantic Monthly, The

An expert at the Wine Research Center in British Columbia has figured out how to produce red wines and some whites that don't induce hangovers. The key is genetically modified yeast, and it contributes to the debate over listing genetically modified ingredients on labels.

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