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Glenelly Estate, Stellenbosch
When a widow in her seventies sells up, few travel 12,000 miles to start a brand new vineyard and winery in a new country. But Madam May de Lencquesaing is no ordinary woman. Peter F May visits her new estate and tastes her wines.
Glühwein - German Mulled Wine Recipe
Glühwein is a warm spicy traditional German winter drink made from warmed wine. It's easy to make and very welcome if you've been out in the cold, maybe carol singing!
Good Wines from Poor Soil
Vines planted in poor growing conditions produce good wines. Peter F May explains why.
Grapes and Vines
Eating seedless grapes gets Peter F May thinking about where wine grape come from
Heron Hill Winery - NY
Finger Lakes' Heron Hill winery is going from strength to strength. Peter F May visited its spectacular tasting room and tasted its wine withe owners John and Jo Ingle.
Historic Rootstock Vineyard Discovered
A tangle of canes in a forgotten South African field turned out to be a long-lost historic rootstock vineyard. Peter F May visited Anton Nel who discovered its history and has plans for its future.
How Long Does Open Wine Last?
How long does an opened wine remain drinkable? Peter F May has been experimenting.
How Much Wine Do I Need for a Wine Tasting?
Determining the amount of wine you need for a wine tasting depends upon your wine, size of the group, and your intentions.
How to Remove Wine Labels
A collection of wine labels can be a reminder of past wines and times. But how do you get them off the bottle? Peter F May give some suggestions.
How Wine Is Made
Do you know how wine is made? This non-technical article describes the journey from grape vines to the liquid in your glass, and why one grape species is favoured.
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