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Sunset Winery, Texas
Sunset Winery is a small family owned winery and vineyard near Fort Worth in Texas. Peter F May called in to taste wines made from Texas's own Black Spanish variety.
T V Munson - Wine's Saviour
Thomas Volney Munson (1843-1913) was a nurseryman, grape vine breeder, author, holder of the Legion d’Honneur (France’s highest honour), and saviour of the world’s wines. Peter F May tells how a French delegation visited Denison, Texas, to beg Munson's help in saving the world's wines.
Tackling a Football Wine
For years Peter F May has advised that cheap supermarket wines are not worth keeping. Then TV proved him wrong.
Taste 100 Different Varieties
Want a wine qualification with an impressive certificate to hang on your wall, yet don’t fancy book studying or taking examinations? All you need to qualify for certification by the Wine Century Club is to drink some wine.
Tasting Adam Puchta Missouri Nortons
Tim Puchta is the six-generation owner of Adam Puchta & Sons Winery in Hermann, Missouri, the oldest continuously owned family farm winery in the United States. Peter F May visited to taste Norton
The best way to learn about wine is to taste as much as you can, says Peter F May. And the best way to do this is to join a tasting group
Tasting Terroir in the Loire
Domaine du Closel - Chateau des Vaults is a female run winery in Savennières in the Loire valley, France. Peter F May meets owner-winemaker Vicomtesse Evelyne de Pontbriand and learns why it is not necessary to name the grape variety on a wine label.
Tasting the World's Rarest Wine
When in South Africa Peter F May visits Jerry Rodrigues who has single handedly created a new wine grape variety.
Taxing Travellers Wine
Will there be a nasty surprise waiting for you at your destination, asks Peter F May. Many countries like to tax travellers who carry alcohol.
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.
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