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Wines to Try With Your Favorite Tacos… on Tuesday, or Any Day

I’m guessing 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. Americans embraced the

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Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Embracing (and Exploring) Vienna’s Wine Heritage

No trip to Vienna is complete without a tour of Schonbrunn Palace or a performance of the Lipizzaner horses. Bonus points if you time your trip right so you can attend a concert of the Vienna Boys Choir. But for

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

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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Posted in Editor's Journal, Wine Buzz

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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Posted in Editor's Journal, Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes
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