Wine glass size in England from 1700 to 2017: a measure of our time.
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Zupan, Z., Evans, A., Couturier, D., & Marteau, T. (2017). Wine glass size in England from 1700 to 2017: a measure of our time.. BMJ, 359 (j5623), j5623-j5623. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5623
Wine, mistletoe’s seasonal partner, may be a feature of some rather merry Christmas nights, particularly for women. As we approach the culturally legitimised deviancy of festive drinking, we suggest that size does matter: look at the wine glass in your hand.
The research for this article was funded by the National Institute of Health Research Senior Investigator Award (NF-SI-0513-10101), awarded to TMM.
External DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.j5623
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