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Wine & Food Matching - Burgers and Bourgignon
This week Wine and Food Matching looks a two ways of tenderising tough cuts beef. By grinding it and by cooking in wine. Wines to match Hamburgers and Beef Bourgignon are on the menu.

Wine & Food Matching -- Beef
Matching Food and Wine is not a science and it is very hard to make a mistake, but some foods more than others call out for a certain wine. Beef and a sturdy red wine is perfect marriage. Peter F May has some suggestions, and includes a white wine

Alcohol Content of Wine
How do you determine the alcohol content of wine, and what is the label telling you??

Champagne Cocktail
The Champagne Cocktail is THE classic mixed drink. Elegant, impressive and showy -- but it is really easy to make and needs no skill or bartenders tools.

Wine & Food Matching - An Introduction
Matching wine and food can be a worry for many people but there’s no need to fret. In this introduction to the subject, Peter F May cuts through the mystique with some commonsense suggestions.

Vintage Wine - What Does it Mean?
Why is the term ‘a vintage wine’ used to mean a particularly good bottle when nearly all wines on store shelves bear a vintage year on the bottle. Peter F May thinks he knows.

Adonis - a sophisticated sherry based cocktail
The historic Adonis cocktail is made from sherry and vermouth, and is lower in alcohol than most.

Wine Newsletter
Enjoy articles and reviews about one of our favorite things...Wine!

Champagne - The Accidental Wine
Trying to stop bubbles forming in wines made in Champagne eventually led to the worlds most famous sparkling wine.

How Wine Is Made
Do you know how wine is made? This non-technical article describes the journey from grape vines to the liquid in your glass, and why one grape species is favoured.

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