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Spring Forward With Lighter Wines

At long last, spring will arrive tomorrow, and any remaining snow on the ground will melt, immediately replaced by bright, colorful flowers. Okay, okay. While the town of Lake Elsinore, Calif., may have provided a preview of spring renewal with

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Betting on a Fun Wine Day This Super Bowl Sunday

Super Bowl Sunday is just three days away. For many Americans, that means participating in (technically illegal) “football squares,” and looking forward to a host of new (and produced to be remembered) TV commercials. For others, it means placing a

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Part 3: Wine and Music Pairing

As we discussed in Tuesday’s and Wednesday’s blogs, I definitely feel that the “right” music can enhance the wine-drinking experience. In those blogs, I shared my favorite types of music for six types of wine: Cabernet Sauvignon — Classical Merlot

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Wines for Celebrating National Taco Day

It’s pretty safe to say that the first taco I ever ate came from Taco Bell. Which would make perfect sense, since that chain is credited with introducing the taco to people across North America beginning in the early 1960s.

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