"Wine&Food Pairings"

Wine and cheese: perfect pairing

Wine and cheese, no more heavenly a pairing exists on this earth, unless you’re teetotal and vegan of course. But are we getting the most out of our wine and ...

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Cheese and wine are best ...

Whether you’re stocking up for a party or just looking for a new tasting experience, these classic regional pairings will highlight why certain wines and certain cheeses have a kind ...

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What to drink with chocolate

Wine and chocolate have a lot of similarities to each other. For one, they’re both considered aphrodisiacs and they both contain flavanols (antioxidants). Despite these striking similarities, it’s somewhat challenging ...

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Which wines pair best with ...

Armed with the right information, you can create amazing wine and cheese pairings on your own. Let’s take a look at some best and classic wine and cheese pairings and ...

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How to create your own ...

Learn the fundamentals behind food and wine pairing to create your own great pairings. This guide will show you the steps and what to look for in your recipe to ...

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Exploring the Port Wines

Port is the most recognizable name in fortified dessert wines. Hailing from the Douro River Valley in northwest Portugal, Port was created in the 18th century by the British who ...

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What to drink with Sunday ...

The Sunday roast is a quintessential part of British dining culture. Traditionally, this hearty dinner will include some type of roasted meat and potatoes, vegetables and gravy, and various side ...

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What to drink with Roman ...

Even though the college fraternities pay homage to ancient Greece, togas are definitely a Roman thing. As the national costume of ancient Rome, worn by both men and women for ...

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What to drink with Indian ...

Indian cuisine tends to be intensely flavored and heavily spiced. Dishes are usually complemented by an array of curries, chutneys and sauces, which create an even more complex flavor profile. ...

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Chardonnay vs Viognier

Chardonnay and Viognier are both full-bodied white wines but they have subtle textural differences and aromatically are quite distinct. Both are full-bodied white wines and both typically are oak-aged to ...

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