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When helicopters make wine
Helicopters can sometimes make the difference between a great wine and disaster. Peter F May explains why and when the whirlybirds are called into action.

Beyond Jefferson's Vines - Book Review
Virginia is the happening place in American winemaking, says Peter F May. Whether you're going to visit Virginia or want to get up-to-date with this most exciting of American wine regions, Richard Leahy's 'Beyond Jefferson's Vines' is an essential read. .

Frithsden Vineyard - England
There are more that 100 wineries and 400 vineyards in England. Peter F May visits a small boutique winery in Frithsden, close to London, and learned that mediaeval farmers knew what the owner discovered the hard way.

Mimosa, Kir, Bellini and Bucks Fizz
Wine is delicious on its own, but sometimes it is great to make a longer drink by adding orange juice or to sweeten with liqueur or peach puree. Peter F May looks at some wine based cocktails that have become world famous.

Cola Wine
The launch of a cola flavoured red wine in France took the world by surprise, but Peter F May says that diluting and flavouring wine is nothing new.

Voodoo Vintners - Book Review
Wines described as Biodynamic are appearing on shelves but what does that really mean? Peter F May has a much better idea after reading Katherine Cole's short informative and enjoyable book Voodoo Vintners - Oregon's Astonishing Biodynamic Winegrowers

Barbecue Wines
The sun is shining and there's an invitation to a barbecue. But what wines best accompany meats cooked over an open fire? Peter F May has some suggestions.

Bargain French Wines
A trip to the wine shop provides a surprise to Peter F May and he ponders on his purchases and the bargains available in French wines

Wine Terms from Lees to Natural
The glossary looks at that you that you might encounter at tastings and winery visits, including Lees, Killer Yeast, Malo MLF and Malolactic Fermentation, Meritage, Micro-oxygenation, and Natural Wine.

Wine Terms from Drip Irrigation to Hybrid
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. This growing glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits. Peter F May explains the meanings of drip irrigation, dry, dryland farmed, en primeur, enzymes, futures, green harvest, guyot and hybrid.

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