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Wine Terms from Bin to Brix
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. The following entry in our expanding glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits from BIN to BRIX. If you have any requests for explanations to be added to the glossary, please ask.

Wine Terms from Brut to Chateau
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. The following entry in our expanding glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits from Brut to Chateau.

Wine Terms from Claret to Cold Stabilisation
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. The following entry in our expanding glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits from Claret to Cold Stabilisation.

Wine Terms from Cover Crops to Disgorgement
Wine, like many interests and business, has a language of its own. The following entry in our expanding glossary explains terms in common usage at tastings and winery visits from Cover Crops to Disgorgement

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.

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 Vintage
What does "vintage" mean and how important is it? Peter F May considers why vintage wine is considered superior.

Wine with Easter Lamb
Lamb is the traditional meat served at Easter. But there is no agreement among wine lovers about what to drink with it. Peter F May looks at the choices and makes his own suggestion.

Wine's Supporting Acts
They’re the unappreciated wines ignored by most, they’re the varieties you’ve not heard of & those known only when grown elsewhere. Peter F May looks at the Chablis that isn’t Chardonnay, Burgundy’s other white grape, and California’s 5th most grown black wine grape that you’ve never ever heard of.

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

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