Unfortunately the trial is being held in the UK and participants, who each get over $100 for taking part, don't actually get to drink any wine, which seems kind of odd considering the aim of the research is to study the health benefits of red wine consumption.
Or. more precisely, according to researcher Timothy Eschle at the Northumberland University Brain Research and Nutrition Centre: to look at the benefits to older people of resveratrol. an extract from the skins of red grapes, which are expected to show a more pronounced effect on people who have suffered
a slight natural decline in certain aspects of mental function, such as memory and reaction time,than in younger subjects.
The reveratrol is to be administered in capsule form...