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Chardonnay
Chardonnay makes the world's most popular white wines. Peter F May explains why it is also a favourite with grape growers and winemakers.

Chardonnay Revelation
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 grape
Chenin Blanc is a versatile grape that makes attractive wines in many styles. It is currently underrated but it is beginning to get attention, and deservedly so.

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.

Chianti Wine
Chianti is one of the great wine regions of the world, says Peter F May. Italy's most planted black grape variety is Sangiovese and in Chianti it is king.

Choosing a Corkscrew
When choosing a corkscrew the screw is the most important component. Peter F May compares them

Christmas Wine
What wines to serve at Christmas can be a puzzle. Peter F May has some suggestions

Church Road Winery, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Church Road Winery has been in the same location for more than 120 years. It gained a good reputation for red wines. Peter F May toured the cellars and tasted its wines.

Closing the Bottle
For more than 200 years cork had been the de-facto closure for wine, says Peter F May, but today wineries have alternatives

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