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RayLen Vineyards and Winery, North Carolina
RayLen Vineyards and Winery in Mocksville, North Carolina, is majoring on the red Bordeaux varieties. Peter F May is impressed by their wines

Shadow Springs Vineyard, North Carolina
Shadow Springs Vineyard in Hamptonville, North Carolina was a tobacco farm until new owners Chuck and Jamey Johnson started planting grapes in 2005. Peter F May visits to taste red wines, but one has a surprise ingredient.

Raffaldini Vineyards, North Carolina
Ray Raffaldini and his family have brought centuries old winemaking traditions from Italy to the rolling hills of North Carolina. Peter F May visited 'Chianti in the Carolinas'

North Carolina Wines
With 75 wineries opening in a decade, bringing to total to more than 100, North Carolina is hoping to be as famous for its wine as it was for growing tobacco. Peter F May pays a visit to this exciting new wine region.

Why Wine Labels Have a Variety Name
Wine labels tell consumers about what is inside the bottle. Peter F May looks as how varietal labelling came to be all important.

Biltmore Estate, North Carolina
America’s most visited winery isn’t, as you’d expect, on the West Coast. Nor is it in New York, or Virginia. It is in North Carolina, but Peter F May was underwhelmed when he visited Biltmore Estate's Antler Hill winery in Asheville NC.

Closing the Bottle
For more than 200 years cork had been the de-facto closure for wine, says Peter F May, but today wineries have alternatives

World Wine & Food Tour - France
Taking a virtual world wine and food trip Peter F May recalls a serendipitous lunch in Southern France that taught him that a meal doesn't need meat. Article includes the recipe for ratatouille and wine suggestions.

World Wine & Food Tour - Austria
Taking a virtual world wine and food trip Peter F May recalls the first time he had Austrian Gruner Veltiner and Wiener Schnitzel, and how it led to a major event in his life. As well as the schnitzel recipe are suggestions for alternative wines.

Labels, Temperature, Eggs, Milk and Fish
What is the ideal temperature to serve wine, selling wine label collections and why their is a warning that wine contains eggs, milk and fish are all questions Peter F May has recently answered.

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