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YellowTail and Social Media
Yellow Tail's new wine used social media to choose its name and for marketing. But what's in it for us?

A Dozen French Wines
If you could drink wines from only one country which place would you choose? Peter F May suggests twelve from France

Burgundy, France
Burgundy is both the easiest wine region to understand and the hardest and its wines are both the world’s most sublime and the most disappointing, says Peter F May.

Writing About Wine
There is a lot of misinformation about wine on the web so how do you know who to trust? Peter F May explains why he thinks he is qualified for the position of BellaOnline’s Wine Editor

Bordeaux
Bordeaux wine region is the largest fine wine region in the world producing some of the most desirable collectable expensive wines at the same time as countless good drinking and reasonably priced quaffers. Peter F May considers Bordeaux.

Wine Fairs
Wine Fairs are great learning experiences but to get the best out of them consider the three 'P's, says Peter F May.

Temperature and Wine
Temperature and wine have an intimate relationship. The most misunderstood wine ‘fact’ is that red wine must be served at room temperature but temperature affects the final taste of wine long before it is poured. Peter F May investigates.

Good Wines from Poor Soil
Vines planted in poor growing conditions produce good wines. Peter F May explains why.

Same label but different wine
Wineries sometimes produce different batches of wine under the same label. If you read a review of a wine that impresses you enough to go out and buy it and you are disappointed when you taste the wine it may be because you have tasted a different wine. Peter F May explains why this happens.

Wine in Thailand
The industry is less than twenty years old and conditions are not ideal but enthusiasts are growing and making other wines in Thailand which you may see them on the list of your local Thai restaurant.

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