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Chablis and Chardonnay
Chablis used to be the name for the house wine when Peter F May started drinking and that memory got him thinking about Chablis and Chardonnay.
Champagne - The Accidental Wine
Trying to stop bubbles forming in wines made in Champagne eventually led to the worlds most famous sparkling wine.
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.
Chardonnay makes the world's most popular white wines. Peter F May explains why it is also a favourite with grape growers and winemakers.
An almost extinct grape is the parent of Chardonnay and some of the world’s most famous varieties. Peter F May tracked it down in Australia.
Chateau Guiraud, Sauternes
Chateau Guiraud in Sauternes, south of Bordeaux was classified First Growth in 1855 and is a top producer of sweet wines. Peter F May paid a visit
Chenin Blanc - a Versatile Wine Grape
Chenin Blanc is a white grape variety that makes reliable and sometimes stunning wines at reasonable prices, and yet it is unfashionable, says Peter F May.
Choosing a Corkscrew
When choosing a corkscrew the screw is the most important component. Peter F May compares them
What wines to serve at Christmas can be a puzzle. Peter F May has some suggestions
Cloudy Col Fondo Rides Prosecco Sales Surge
The Italian sparkling wine Prosecco has quickly become very popular and even impacted sales of Champagne. But would you drink a cloudy Prosecco? Peter F May looks at Prosecco and admires the cunning coup played by Italy to own the Prosecco name.
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