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Here are the top ten articles for the Wine Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What Is Malbec Wine?
Malbec has found fame and fortune in Argentina, a long way from its home in France where the traditional growers are taking notice.
2. Chateau des Charmes, Niagara, Canada
Chateau des Charmes is a family owned wine estate close to Niagara Falls in Ontario, Canada. Peter F May visited to take the public tour and was entranced by their wines.
3. Cave Spring Cellars, Niagara, Canada
In Ontario's Niagara wine region is the pretty Jordan Village, but it wasn't its boutiques, art galleries and historic buildings that captured Peter F May's attention, but the famed Cave Spring Cellars winery located on Main Street.
4. 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!
5. Wines in Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades of Grey is a publishing sensation and wines mentioned in it are getting attention from fans who want to eat and drink as well as read. Peter F May looks at wines and food featured in the book and proposes candidates where the author has not named the exact wine.
6. Lacryma Christi - A Legendary Wine
Explore the legend of one of the world´s most famous wines.
7. World Wine and Food Tour - Burgundy
In Burgundy, France, food and wine comes pleasingly together when the local Pinot Noir is used to casserole beef making the famed Boeuf Bourgignon
8. World Wine & Food Tour - Austria
Taking a virtual world wine and food trip Peter F May recalls the first time he had Austrian Gruner Veltiner and Wiener Schnitzel, and how it led to a major event in his life. As well as the schnitzel recipe are suggestions for alternative wines.
9. What are Wine Legs?
Do ‘legs’ or ‘tears’ on the side of your wine glass indicate you are drinking an exceptional wine? Peter F May used to think so, but now he knows better.
10. World Wine & Food Tour - France
Taking a virtual world wine and food trip Peter F May recalls a serendipitous lunch in Southern France that taught him that a meal doesn't need meat. Article includes the recipe for ratatouille and wine suggestions.
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