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Tips on Selecting Wines for a Wedding

I mentioned in yesterday’s blog that there’s little that will be “normal” when my fiancée and I walk down the aisle tomorrow. And that begins with the aisle itself, which will be located in the lounge of a bowling center.

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The Best Wines for Citrus-Infused Fare

Wine is made from fruit, and unless its flavors are completely obliterated by oak nuances, it tastes, at least in part, like fruit. This seemingly obvious observation is very important to remember when pairing wine with food. “Not surprisingly,” writes

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Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Football’s Back: The Best Wines to Serve With Guacamole

Except for this evening’s “Monday Night Football” doubleheader, the first week of the 2015-16 NFL season is in the books. If your team won, congratulations. If your team lost, better luck next week. And speaking of next week, don’t forget

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A Wine-Friendly Dish for Your First Half-Time Party

The kids are back in school in many parts of the country, which means that summer is winding down. Fortunately, the end of summer equates with the beginning of something else: football season! The dish that follows is great for

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