Except that traditional methods can turn out safer than their modern counterparts ...
Which is safer, a butcher's plastic block, or a wooden one?
"Plastic of course", thought the health authorities, until someone did an experiment. They poured standard contaminant over the block, then cleaned it. A new block, both were easy to clean.
BUT. Once the block was used, battered and scarred ... 30 seconds after wiping down with hot water, the wooden block was clean (as in NO contaminant could be detected). But they just COULDN'T get the plastic board clean, whether it was boiling water, strong detergent, bleach, they tried everything! The bugs just had too many places to hide.
Oh - and the traditional health effects of red wine? It's been demonstrated that to get the traditional effects, you need to make it traditionally. Modern-made red wines aren't healthy.