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http://www.selcen.com.tr/

Makes a range of red and white wines in the province of Denizli. Includes product descriptions, pictures, and information about the winery.

http://www.rosemaryvineyard.co.uk/

One of the largest wineyards in the UK, open to the public.

http://www.lymebaywinery.co.uk/

Traditional west-country ciders, fine country wines, liqueurs and cider brandy. Online shop available.

http://www.blackdowncellar.co.uk/

Winery in West Sussex - specialises in various fruit wines.

http://www.loscerrosdesanjuan.com.uy/

Produces a range of red, white, and fortified wines in nineteenth century colonial buildings in Colonia. Includes product information, a description of the property, and a history.

http://www.bys.com.uy/

Produces red, white, rosé, sparkling, and fortified wines in Montevideo. Includes product descriptions, a company history, and an award list.

http://www.thewinepages.org.uk/

Includes recipes along with articles about equipment, techniques, and ingredients.

http://www.homewinemaking.co.uk/

A UK site dedicated to home wine making enthusiasts, giving advice, recipes, books and kits available together with information on various equipment.

http://www.howdoyoumakewine.co.uk/

Some low cost fruit wine recipes along with some basic information about winemaking.

http://www.durian.com.my/

Farm in Penang, Malaysia, presents information about the tree and its cultivation, the fruit (which it offers in all-you-can-eat buffets), and descriptions of several varieties.

http://www.alnwickfoodfestival.co.uk/

Celebration of Northumbrian produce, drink and healthy eating in Alnwick, England, home of Harry Potter's Hogwart's Castle. Held in late September.

http://www.garlic-festival.co.uk/

Two-day event in August, in Newchurch, Isle of Wight, England. Includes family entertainment and foods including beer and fudge made from locally grown garlic.

http://www.menumagazine.co.uk/

A dictionary of herbs, spices, and foods giving their historical, magical and medicinal qualities.

http://www.babybottle-museum.co.uk/

Photographs and drawings of bottles and feeding utensils, descriptions of their use and their place and impact in society.

http://prospectbooks.co.uk/

An exhaustive glossary of cookery terminology from transcripts of English cookery texts of the17th and 18th centuries.

http://grillstock.co.uk/

Events in Bristol and Manchester, England. Includes dates, competition details, music schedules, and tickets.

http://www.misspiggysbbq.co.uk/

Competition barbecue team based in Leicestershire UK. Includes competitions, results, media, cooking classes, and catering information.

http://www.rivierabarbecues.co.uk/

South Devon, UK competition team. Photographs, cooking information, and upcoming events.

http://www.farma.org.uk/

A co-operative of farmers, producers selling on a local scale, and farmers' markets organisers; includes links to farmers' markets and farm shops, news, resources, and details of membership.

http://www.slowfood.org.uk/

Movement which promotes the enjoyment and protection of locally-produced food products and regional cooking. News items, upcoming events, and links to other slow food groups.

http://www.cittaslow.org.uk/

An international network of small towns working to preserve their local environment by promoting less frantic lifestyles, local goods and services, and the individuality of their towns. Describes how they work, how to join, news items, and related links.

http://www.sawtellchillifestival.com.au/

Site describing the Sawtell Chilli festival and for registrations.

http://fungus.org.uk/

Paul F. Hamlyn provides advice on buying mushrooms in UK markets, collecting them in the wild, and cultivating them.