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Chablis and Chardonnay
Chablis used to be the name for the house wine when Peter F May started drinking and that memory got him thinking about Chablis and Chardonnay.

Breaux Vineyards Wine Tasting Notes
Tasting notes from Peter F May's recent visit to Breaux Vineyards, in Loudoun County, Virginia.

Breaux Vineyards, Virginia
Breaux Vineyards, in Loudoun County, was one of the wineries Peter F May visited in his recent tour of Virginia's wine country.

History of Virginia Wines - Book Review
Review of 'A History of Virginia Wines from Grapes to Glass' by Walker Elliott Rowe. Peter F May is enthralled by a detailed look at Virginia wine today and yesterday.

Virginia is for Wine Lovers
Peter F May visited Virginia's wine lands and was captivated.

Wineries of the Finger Lakes - Book Review
Wineries of the Finger Lakes Region: The Heart of New York State by Emerson C. Klees. Esssential guide to this upcoming region or just nice to have, asks Peter F May

Finger Lakes Rieslings
New York's Finger Lakes wine region sees Riesling as the white grape with which it will have the greatest success. Peter F May visited the region and tasted them.

Apothic Red Blend
Why are we fixated on single varietal wines, ponders Peter F May and he samples Apothic Red, a new California blend.

What are ICE, ICED and ICEWINES?
What is the difference between an 'ice' wine and an 'ice wine', apart that the second will cost more than 100% more? Peter F May explains about some of the rarest and most expensive wines you can buy -- and their modern imitations.

Easy Way to Open Screw Cap Wine
Here is the easy simple effort free way to open wine closed with screwcaps -- with step by step pictures.

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